Lancaster Station was built in 1846 and remodelled at the turn of the century. Architectural elements include mock-Elizabethan battlements (to mirror nearby Lancaster Castle) and a unique overbridge.
Lancaster today has five operational platforms - three for terminating services - and one disused (formerly platform 6) with all track removed. Some impressive Tudor-revival style back of house areas are still present within the station building.
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Meeting House Lane