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Norbrough received a railway in ____ with the arrivel of the Furness railway. from here construction was halted pending a settlement with the LNWR. this came in the form of the LDR which built the current interchange station innately only letting freight to pass through but opened up the ends of platforms 3 and 4 to allow through Passenger working which was promoted by the LMS.
The station at Norbrough is the grandest being the headquarters for the LDR. It has 5 platforms in total set under two large glass arches; 1 and 2 are turminess roads for the railways own traffic, 3 and 4 are used mostly by the mainline but are also used for through traffic and platform 5 is for the beachden branchline. The station houses the locomotive shed for the mainline locomotives and has an extensive yard for coaches and trucks used by the railway.