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DalesRail Downloads

The DalesRail service on Sunday 18th August is cancelled due to a shortage of train crew at Arriva Rail North’s Blackpool North depot.

It is likely that this will be the case for the remaining Sundays of the season but we are advising that you check to see if it is running before making any plans. It is likely that the Lancashire Rail Ramblers will withdraw the guided walks for the remaining Sundays even if the service runs.

You can use either of the links here to check: http://www.realtimetrains.co.uk/search/advancedor http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/times_fares/ldb.aspx

Updates will also be posted on Community Rail Lancashire’s Twitter feed on @crl_live

The page for all your DalesRail downloadable files:

The Basics

DalesRail Timetable 2018 – provisional timetable awaiting ratification

DalesRail Fares 2018 – fares remain at 2017 prices!

DalesRail Guided Walks 2018

The full walks brochure will be published shortly but the programme can be downloaded using the links below:

DalesRail Walks – Full 2018 Programme

DalesRail Walks – May 2018

DalesRail Walks – June 2018

DalesRail Walks – July 2018

DalesRail Walks – August 2018

DalesRail Walks – September 2018

Self-Guide Walks

Historic Appleby

Border City of Carlisle

Lancashire Rail Rambler Hand-outs

Alston – England’s highest market town

Barnard Castle – on the River Tees

Brampton – small market town

Carlisle’s nationalised pubs – a walk around the pubs of the Carlisle State Brewery

Carlisle Citadel Station – an insight into the station

Carlisle Edgelands – a walk around the fringes of Carlisle

Carlisle Through the Backdoor – the great train crash of 1984

Carlisle – a tour around this historic city

Dumfries – a ‘border’ town, home of Robert Burns

Hadrian’s Wall – a history of the wall

Rickerby & Stanwix – follow the career of George Head Head (yes two heads!)

Sedbergh – largest town in the Yorkshire Dales National Park

Wetheral & Great Corby – a priory, a railway viaduct and much more!