Help Carnforth Station.
If you believe that the mainline platforms should be reinstated at Carnforth Station, please take a moment to write to the MP for Morecambe and Lunesdale, David Morris MP.
Download a template letter to edit and send or visit David Morris MP's website for other easy ways to contact him and have your say.
You can also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
for further information.
We recently sent out a small information pack to local residents of Carnforth containing a print version of the template letter. Download the information pack here.
Carnforth Railway Action Group.
Carnforth railway station is the internationally renowned setting for David Lean's 1945 film Brief Encounter. Access to the mainline platforms was removed under Beeching in the 1970's and the station sadly fell into disrepair.
A dedicated group of volunteers established a trust company to rebuild the station in the mid 1990's and a £1.5m project began, culminating in a grand reopening in 2006.
Although now functional, the station is far from operating at its full potential as a pivotal junction in the region. It can only do so following the reinstatement of the West Coast Mainline platforms.
Carnforth Railway Action Group has formed to achieve this.
For more information and to pledge your support, take a look at our downloads in the 'More info' section and contact us.