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Keswick to Penrith Railway Re-opening

Vision of the Future

Corus Rail Infrastructure Services (CRIS) at York created Virtual Reality models to help show what the line should look like, re-opened as a modern railway.

Keswick Station

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Aerial view from above Brundholme Road
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View towards the Leisure Pool


New Bridge over the A66 
near Penruddock

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New viaduct across
the valley at Beckses

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View along the Roman Road towards Penrith.
A "dog-leg" was put in this road, to take it under an arched bridge, when the railway was built. This survives today as a lay-by.

View eastwards (towards Penrith) on the existing platform, with a proposed new platform and building opposite. A second platform existed here but was demolished.

All pictures copyright CKP Railways plc / CRIS.

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