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Photographs of Burneside
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Burneside: Burneside level crossing on the Windermere Line in March 1993, looking north over Hollins Lane towards the station. [With thanks to all who responded to this query]
Kendal and Windermere Railway
Ian Dinmore [/03/1993] Ref: 44273


Burneside: The signalman's tiny hut at the Burneside level crossing on the Windermere branch, about 300yds south of the station itself.
Kendal and Windermere Railway
Mark Bartlett [30/08/2008] Ref: 20476


Burneside: Although the Windermere branch is now operated as a one engine in steam siding the level crossing near Burneside station is still protected by two semaphores. View towards Burneside station, ...
Kendal and Windermere Railway
Mark Bartlett [30/08/2008] Ref: 20479


Burneside: The small lever frame that operates the signals at Burneside crossing on the Windermere branch, outside the former crossing keepers cottage.
Kendal and Windermere Railway
Mark Bartlett [30/08/2008] Ref: 20482


Burneside: The old station building at Burneside, now a private house, can be seen just beyond the platform. View towards Kendal and Oxenholme. The semaphore signalled Burneside level crossing [see image ...
Kendal and Windermere Railway
Mark Bartlett [30/08/2008] Ref: 20532


Burneside: Formerly a double track station, Burneside is now a single platform on the former Up side but this has been refurbished by Trans Pennine Express. View towards Staveley and Windermere ...
Kendal and Windermere Railway
Mark Bartlett [30/08/2008] Ref: 20533