Hest Bank railway station was opened by the Lancaster and Carlisle Railway three miles north of Lancaster Castle railway station. The line had been authorised in 1844 and a station was proposed for the village of Hest Bank, Lancashire, the following year. It opened in 1846 along with the line. The station continued to serve the village of Hest Bank until its closure in 1969. The site remains notable as being the point at which the present-day West Coast Main Line comes nearest to the west coast. Views of Morecambe Bay can be glimpsed from trains on this section of the line. Wikipedia
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