Recent flooding problems on the line near Aspatria. Services were running again by Monday 20th May.

A couple of the new works of art on Barrow station, all produced by students at Furness College.  (JT)   For more pictures of the art exhibition, see the Gallery pages of
 Tranquility in Barrow's Green Park
 On Walney Island near Barrow
 The impressive ruins of Furness Abbey between Barrow and Dalton (Cumbria Tourism)
Bootle Church. The station is a 15 minute walk away close to the coast.  (JT)
Looking inland towards the fells and Haile from Nethertown. (JT) 
 Evening shadows at St.Bees - looking towards the Abbey from the railway station. (JT)
The train crossing the estuary at Ravenglass. (Northern Rail/Sam Dixon)
Fine traditional railway architecture at Workington. This is the second station on the site and was built out of yellow Crewe bricks by the London & North Western Railway.  (JT)
One of the massive cranes at Workington Docks.   (JT)
 The Wild Solway Centre and part of the childrens play area at the Aquarium, Maryport.  (JT)
The Aquarium at the harbour in Maryport - plenty of visitor information available.  (JT)
 The Wave at Maryport with "A fishy Talk" sculpture, close to the harbour.  (JT)
  A fishing boat in Maryports' inner harbour.  (JT)
Part of the collection of Roman altars in Senhouse Museum, 15 minutes walk from Maryport's harbour along the Promenade.   (JT)
 Roman memorials in Senhouse museum.   (JT)
Pictures outside Senhouse museum to tempt visitors come in and learn more about Roman ALAUNA.   (JT)
 Inside Senhouse museum.   (JT)

The view from the replica Roman watch tower over Senhouse museum to Maryport harbour. The earthworks of Roman ALAUNA are to the left of this view.   (JT)

Art reminding travellers of the old Maryport & Carlisle Railway at Wigton station.   (JT) 
It is worth wandering down the ginnels in Wigton.   (JT)
 School art on Dalston station.  (JT)


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