Arlesdale End was originally the top station of Toby's old tramway in the television series. However, in more recent seasons, it has become part of the North Western Railway and Toby now lives here.
In the tenth season, the shed's roof was rebuilt and the old wood was recycled to build a birdhouse.
Arlesdale End first appeared in the first season and appeared quite regularly between the fifth and twelfth seasons. It returned in full CGI in the fifteenth season episode, Toby and Bash.
In the television series, Arlesdale End is situated on the quarry tramroad north of Anopha Quarry.
- Percy once said that this was his favourite station, albeit whilst being sarcastic to Toby.
- Deleted and behind the scenes photographs from Toby and the Stout Gentleman show a turntable in front of Toby's shed.
- When the station returned in the tenth season, the model makers mistakenly modelled it after Lower Arlesburgh station, including the nearby pond.
- Since the fifteenth season, Arlesdale End is named Arlesdale Station.
A turntable outside Toby's shed
Percy and Toby at Arlesdale End
The refurbished shed and new birdhouse
Toby and Henrietta at Arlesdale End
and Toby at the shed
and Toby at Arlesdale
Arlesdale End as seen in the magazine story