Dating from 1846 and originally named Lancaster Castle Station, the station was remodelled at the turn of the century and incorporated architectural highlights, such as mock-Elizabethan battlements to mirror nearby Lancaster Castle itself and a unique partitioned overbridge.
The station today has a unique partitioned overbridge, five operational platforms, three for terminating services, and one disused (formerly platform 6) with all adjacent track removed. Hidden behind its sumptuous sandstone exterior, are some most impressive Tudor-revival style back of house areas.
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Meeting House Lane