Blencow is a proposed station on a reopened Keswick – Penrith line.
Map showing Keswick and Penrith

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Cockermouth – Keswick – Penrith line | Credit: Thaddeus Epson

Source: Thaddeus Epson (@thaddeus_epson), The Cockermouth – Keswick & Penrith Railway, on Disused Railway Stations website
CKP Railways plc, the main promoter of the scheme to restore the Keswick – Penrith line as a public transport railway, made a submission to the Department for Transport Restoring Your Railway Fund. An award from this fund enables a scheme promoter to make progress towards developing a business case. The scheme was not among those selected to receive funding.

CKP Railways faces a major challenge at Blencow: part of the trackbed is now occupied by North Lakes Business Park (see OpenStreetMap here and maps below).

Blencow, 1900 map

Keswick – Penrith line at Blencow, 1900 (map sourced via Thaddeus Epson, @thaddeus_epson)
Blencow – Google satellite image

Google satellite image (view on Google Maps)
Read more about the proposed Keswick – Penrith reopening scheme

Further reading

Blencow, on Disused Stations website (includes excellent photos and location map)