Opened in 1847, Carlisle station is a masterpiece in Victorian design. Built in a neo-Tudor style, the station recently benefited from an £14.5m upgrade, which included the restoration of its glazed train-shed roof.
With its entrance portico of Gothic arches, eight platforms (five terminating) and large concourse, Carlisle offers something for everyone and is ideal for both period and contemporary shoots.
Applications for this location require the completion and submission of a specific Avanti West Coast method statement template, downloadable here.
Iconic landmarks, Stations, Victorian