WELCOME TO PEAK RAIL
Peak Rail welcomes you in 2018 to journey back to a bygone age and experience the thrill of steam and diesel on our preserved railway.
The line which has been re-instated mostly by volunteers forms part of the old Midland Railway line between Manchester Central and London St Pancras which was closed in 1968. We currently operate for a distance of 4 miles between Rowsley South Station and Matlock Platform 2.
All train services have an on-board buffet coach serving a selection of cold refreshments and snacks, and a specially adapted coach for wheelchairs uses.
Various special events are held throughout the year perfect for the family or enthusiast to enjoy or why not get your hands on the controls of a steam locomotive and participate in one of their hugely popular steam experience courses.
In addition to the normal timetabled train service, Peak Rail has a fine reputation for dining, with our highly acclaimed Palatine Dining Restaurant train, where you can enjoy the luxury of Pullman Style dining as the train leisurely travels along the line. Peak Rail believes in the old fashioned values of quality and service and you are guaranteed to be pampered for the duration of your trip, whilst being served a sumptuous Sunday lunch, Cream or Afternoon Tea in our lovingly restored coaches seating a maximum of 79 people with fully licensed bar.
TRAINS OPERATING IN May: Saturday 12th, Sunday 13th May, Tuesday 15th, Saturday 19th, Sunday 20th & Tuesday 22nd.
KIDS GO FREE DAY & TRAINS OPERATING IN May: Saturday 26th, Sunday 27th, Monday 28th, Tuesday 29th & Wednesday 30th. All children up to the age of 15 years are eligible to FREE travel on the above dates when accompanied by a full paying adult or senior citizen. (This offer applies to all day rover tickets only and is not available to groups).
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All trains during May will be operated by Steam Locomotive Austerity 0-6-0ST “No 72” Ex WD number 75319 – On hire courtesy of JMB Locomotive Services and Diesel Locomotive Class 44 “Penyghent”