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Cumbria : Whitehaven
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For other places with the same name, see Whitehaven (disambiguation).

Whitehaven is a town on the coast of Cumbria, in the North West region of England.

Get in

The town has two train stations: Whitehaven and Corkickle. Both of these stations are on the Barrow to Carlisle line, with a travel time of 1:10 to Carlisle. Access by road is by the A595 trunk road. Whilst the town was once a major port for England, the lack of a tributary to the harbour prevents modern vessels from docking. Occasionally historic tramp steamers will make calls to Whitehaven.

Get around

The town has two train stations Whitehaven and Corckickle, and is served by Stagecoach local services by far the easiest method of seeing the local attractions is by car.







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