Appleby Railway Station
Appleby Railway Station serves the town of Appleby-in-Westmoreland, Cumbria and was opened in 1876.
When local stopping trains were withdrawn on the Settle and Carlisle Railway in 1970 Appleby Station was one of only two stations along the line that remained open (the other being Settle).
The famous railway enthusiast and railway photographer Bishop Eric Treacy sadly died at Appleby railway station in 1978 whilst waiting for a railtour headed by 9F 92220 Evening Star. A plaque has been placed on the station in his memory.