Carlisle - Settle Railway
Take a trip on the Settle-Carlisle Railway and see the stunning scenery of the Eden Valley, the Pennines and Yorkshire Dales.
This was the last mainline railway to be built in England in the 19th Century using sheer physical might to create a railway featuring wonderfully engineered viaducts and tunnels. The pretty Victorian station buildings are carefully maintained and, during summer months, are adorned with colourful floral displays.
Featured on Michael Portillo's Great British Rail Journeys and on Country File, the Settle-Carlisle Railway has been named the 2nd best railway in the world by ABC News.
We offer a warm welcome for groups with an at-seat refreshment trolley service and on-train guides to provide a commentary.
The diesel sprinter trains operate year round (except Christmas Day and Boxing Day) and we are happy to help you plan your day out on this famous railway line.