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Design Guide - Management of Stations

Design Guide Contents

Foreword
  1. Introduction
  2. Background
  3. Objectives
  4. Costs
  5. Scope
  6. Format
  7. Control and Updating
  8. Distribution
Guide
1. Station Buildings
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Conservation
1.3 Plans and Elevations
1.4 Architectural Details
1.5 Schedule of Standard Architectural Detail
2. Colour Schemes
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Preparation
2.3 Application
2.4 Station Buildings and Waiting Rooms
2.5 Signalboxes
2.6 Lighting Columns and Lanterns
2.7 Benches and Other Platform Furniture
2.8 Fencing
2.9 Mileposts and Gradient Posts
2.10 Paint Specifications
3. Station Furniture
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Lighting Columns and Lanterns
3.3 Benches and Seats
3.4 Poster Frames
3.5 Leaflet Racks
3.6 Notice Boards
3.7 Litter Bins
3.8 Flower Tubs
3.9 Fencing
3.10 Gates
3.11 Walling
4. Signage
4.1 Introduction
4.2 General Principles
4.3 Railway Group Standards
4.4 Station Signs Scheduling: Checklist
4.5 Statutory Signs
4.6 Reproduction Signs
5. Landscaping
5.1 Introduction
5.2 General Principles
5.3 General Specification
5.4 Locations
5.5 Tree Preservation Orders
6. Special Status
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Conservation Area Status
6.3 Listed Building Status
6.4 Scheduled Monument Status
6.5 Archaeology
7. Management of Stations
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Ownership
7.3 Responsibilities and Contact Details
7.4 Local Authorities
7.5 Other Useful Addresses
7.6 Fault Reporting Procedures
7.7 Undertaking of Works at Stations
8. Inventory of Stations
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Appleby
8.3 Armathwaite
8.4 Dent
8.5 Garsdale
8.6 Horton-in-Ribblesdale
8.7 Kirkby Stephen
8.8 Langwathby
8.9 Lazonby and Kirkoswald
8.10 Ribblehead
8.11 Settle
Appendices
Appendix 1 – Station Buildings
In depth detail can be found here about the design of the station buildings. This is the feature that most typifies the character of the Settle-Carlisle line, giving it a strong and consistent visual identity.

  1. Type 1 (large) and ironwork detail
  2. Type 2 (medium)
  3. Type 3 (small)
  4. Waiting Shelter (Standard MR)
  5. Waiting Shelters (New Build)
Appendix 2 – Architectural Details
In-depth information about the windows, doors, bargeboards and ridge tiles featured on the station buildings.

  1. Windows
  2. Doors
  3. Bargeboards
  4. Ridge Tiles
Appendix 3 – Station Furniture
Details and drawings of lighting columns, benches and noticeboards.

  1. Lighting Columns and Lanterns
  2. Benches and Seats
  3. Leaflet Racks
  4. Notice Boards
Appendix 4 – Signage
Station nameboards and miscellaneous signs.

  1. Station Name Signs
  2. Miscellaneous Signs
Appendix 5 – References
Further sources of information and regulations regarding work at the stations.

  1. Relevant Acts of Parliment and Statutory Instruments
  2. Circulars and Planning Policy Guidance
  3. Railway Group Standards
  4. Guidance
  5. Railway Bibliography
Appendix 6 – Station Lease Plans
Each of the plans shows the position of the station in its surroundings. The area outlined in bold indicates the area in the possession of Network Rail and leased by the Train Operating Company.
Appendix 7 – Details Sheets (sometimes referred to as CAP sheets).
As defined by the Conservation Area Partnership (CAP)
Appendix 8 – Signal Boxes
A summary of all the original signal boxes along the line, including their position and current status.
Appendix 9 – Stations Photo Inventory
A gallery of reference photos from stations on the line.
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