| City of Carlisle|
| North British Railway|
Border Union Railway
| Bromfield (Cumbria) railway st, Black Dyke Halt railway st, Curthwaite railway station, Cumberland and Westmorl, Abbey Town railway st|
Scotch Dyke railway station was a railway station in Cumberland close to the Scots' Dike, the traditional border with Scotland.
Scotch Dyke railway station Wikipedia
The station was opened on 25 October 1861 by the Border Union Railway as 'Scotsdyke' and later renamed 'Scotch Dyke'. It was a two-platform station with a level crossing to its north.
The station closed on 2 May 1949. The line was closed to all traffic by British Railways on 5 January 1969, and dismantled in 1971, see Border Union Railway.
Today (2006) the former station retains its building and platforms. The canopy of the building has a script reading "Speed and comfort by rail" with its 'British Railways' logo.