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Tyne Valley Community Rail Partnership

Carlisle

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Visitor Attractions

Arrival and Departure Boards

Station Information (Plans and Facilities)

Carlisle Station Information

Information

Trains travel frequently from Carlisle to the stations on the route to Newcastle and link to the west coast main line from London to Glasgow. For up to date information also see:

Carlisle Castle founded in 1092 by William the Conqueror's was once the prison of Mary, Queen of Scots. Bonnie Prince Charlie captured the Castle in 1745. Close by is the Citadel, built by Henry VIII.

Carlisle's Cathedral, with its famous 14th century stained glass window.

The award winning Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, with its innovative Millennium Gallery.

Carlisle offers one of the most compact, level and visitor friendly city centres in the country in The Lanes shopping centre and Carlisle’s “pedestrianised” main high street.)

Visit the award-winning Market Hall, which is now one of the few remaining covered Victorian Markets in the country.

In addition, Carlisle offers a large range of eating opportunities to suit all tastes and pockets.

Walks

 

Transport Integration