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Eden Valley Railway

Eden Valley Railway


Warcop Station
CA16 6PR

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Special Interest

The Eden Valley Railway is based at Warcop in Cumbria (or Westmorland, in old money), just off the A66 between Appleby and Brough.

It has a selection of rolling stock, Diesel Multiple Units and Locomotives and a short running line . It is open every Sunday during the summer and some weekdays in August. Check their website for up to date information.


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