Find both of our main stations by satnav
Ravenglass - CA18 1SW , Dalegarth CA19 1TF
BY ROAD Ravenglass nestles just off the main A595. Brown information signs direct visitors to the boundaries of the Western Lake District from the M6 junction 36 and junction 40. Sat Nav - key in CA18 1SW.
From M6 junction 36 follow the brown Western Lake District signs to Broughton-in-Furness, passing Newby Bridge on the A590 and turning right at Greenodd onto the A5092. From Broughton follow the A595 to Silecroft T junction (turn right) and beyond.
From M6 junction 40 follow the brown Western Lake District signs past Keswick and Bassenthwaite Lake on the A66 towards Cockermouth. Turn left at the Cockermouth roundabout onto the A5086. Follow the A5086 to Egremont where it joins the A595. Turn left for Ravenglass following the A595.
From Ambleside and Coniston, consider using the A593 passing through Torver before arriving at Broughton. From Windermere and Bowness take the A592 to Newby Bridge.
Various scenic routes offer spectacular journeys. From the central lakes consider the dramatic Wrynose and Hardknott passes route to Eskdale but be aware of the 1-in-three ascents and descents, single track road and hairpin bends. Also look for Birker Fell, and the Corney Fell options on any detailed map ...
BY RAIL our station and the main-line station at Ravenglass are adjacent. It's more than practical to visit us by rail from Lancaster and Morecambe, Grange-over-Sands, Windermere and Oxenholme the Lake District - all key holiday destinations. A day out from Preston or Carlisle ... no problem either!
Regular Northern trains travel on the scenic Cumbrian Coast Line between Carlisle, Whitehaven and Barrow calling at Ravenglass every day except Sunday. Big, big savings with a through ticket: £3.90 off the normal combined adult fair, £1.95 off the child fare and even greater savings for railcard holders. You can buy these from station ticket offices or from conductors on the train.
For more details on times and prices call 08457 48 49 50 or visit www.northernrail.org
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