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Stainmore Railway

Stainmore Railway

The Stainmore Railway is based at the Kirkby Stephen East Heritage Centre and is open every Saturday and Sunday with passenger trains running on selected dates.

The aim is the full restoration of Kirkby Stephen East railway station and the development of a full working railway as it was in the 1950’s. The railway dates back to 1861 and was part of the Stockton and Darlington Railway route from Barnard Castle over the North Pennines to Tebay and Penrith.

For full details of the railway and its events please check the website for up to date information.


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