Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway (Cumbria) Reviews
Description:Address: Haverthwaite Station / Nr Ulverston / Cumbria / LA12 8AL / England / Enjoy a pleasant ride on this steam ... more
Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway (Cumbria) ... locomotive. Experience the remaining 3.5 miles of the original Furness Railway line. It runs from Haverthwaite, through Newby Bridge to the terminus at Lakeside.
Newest Review: ... day out. Travelling by authentic steam driven technology through some great scenary, taking in some of the really old rural side of the Lake District along the bottom edge of Lake Windermere running approx 3.5 miles into Haverthwaith. The journey takes about 20 minutes one way. There is a restaurant and gift shop at the lakeside end but these seemed to be a bit overpriced. The same was ... more
Customer Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway (Cumbria) Reviews (2)
by - written on 31/08/09 (Very useful, 144 readings)
As mentioned in previous reviews I recently visited the Lakeside Railway Station at Lakeside, Lake Windermere. We had travelled across from the other side of the lake as part of a day out on the Steam Cruisers and this made for a good "themed" day out. Travelling by authentic steam driven technology through some great scenary, taking in some of the really old rural side of the Lake District along the bottom edge of Lake Windermere running approx 3.5 miles into Haverthwaith. The journey takes about 20 minutes one way. There is a restaurant and gift shop at the lakeside end but these seemed to be a bit overpriced. The same was true of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/09, updated on 22/05/09 (Very useful, 383 readings)
****INTRODUCTION**** I had the pleasure of visiting the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway a few weeks ago when my sister came to stay with her two small children. I live quite near to it and have passed it numerous times but had never thought about having a day out on it, in fact I always had the impression that it was a children's outing so I was quite impressed when I arrived with two very excited kids in tow because they were going to see Thomas The Tank Engine. **** LAKESIDE AND HAVERTHWAITE RAILWAY**** It Is the only remaining standard gauged railway line in the Lake District and steam engines operate between Haverthwaite ... Read the complete review
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