South Tynedale Railway (Alston) Reviews
Description:Enjoy a 2.25 mile stretch of beautiful scenery from Alston, Cumbria to Kirkhaugh, Northumberland on one of the steam or ... more
Newest Review: ... up and so bought our tickets and waited. I can't remember the exact price but a ticket to ride the train, and the extras (which I will get to later) cost around £12 for me and my daughter. I suspect that riding it out of the Christmas season and without the seasonal extras will cost less. Finally our train arrived and we were perished! However this is a very old steam train, with wooden ... more
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by - written on 06/08/09, updated on 06/08/09 (Very useful, 498 readings)
As a Family we have built up a few annual family traditions, yearly must do's. I suspect most families do. One of ours, and possibly the most favourite and eagerly looked forward to is a Christmas visit to the South Tynedale Railway at Alston, Cumbria. ~ About South Tynedale Railway ~ The South Tynedale Railway is a 2 and a quarter mile track from Alston in Cumbria to Kirklaugh in Northumberland through the beautiful South Tynedale valley. Alston railway station sits 875 feet above sea level, in some of the countries most beautiful scenery, and is the highest narrow gauge railway in Northern England. The train which operates along this ... Read the complete review
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