Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Carlisle Citadal Railway Station

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In the mid-1840s, work commenced on Carlisle Citadel on the south side of Court Square. Citadel station was built for the Lancaster and Carlisle Railway and the Caledonian Railway.

Station was designed by the architect William Tite.

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