Visit the Peak District by train and enjoy a great day out in beautiful countryside

Helen Wright

Autumnal wanderings

It’s hard to beat a walk in the woods at this time of year and the High Peak and Hope Valley lines can offer you some fantastic walking routes to try from many of their stations. Why not take the stress out of your visit by leaving the car behind? Simply sit back on the train and let the scenery roll by, taking you to the chosen destination of your day out. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

Passenger Service Alterations

Engineering works on the High Peak and Hope Valley lines will affect passenger services during the week Monday 3rd to Friday 9th July. Details to alterations are: Route Service details Sheffield/New Mill Central – Manchester Piccadilly 2247 (FX) Sheffield to Manchester Piccadilly will terminate Stockport. Bus Chinley to Manchester Piccadilly. 2315 (FX) New Mills Central …

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Changes to East Midlands Rail services

On Sunday 16th May East Midlands Rail introduced a significant timetable change acrosstheir network. They also made improvements to EMR Regional services, withnew journey opportunities, more seats and additional services. Will Rogers, managing director at EMR said:‘We were also the first passenger operator in the country to return to our full ‘pre-Covid’timetable. This was intended …

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Visitors urged to ‘leave the car behind’ as MP and local leaders shine spotlight on sustainable transport for English Tourism Week

Robert Largan, Member of Parliament for High Peak, has joined Marketing Peak District & Derbyshire (MPDD) together with local leaders to shine a spotlight on sustainable transport during English Tourism Week (22-31 May 2021). Mr Largan MP joined Jo Dilley, Managing Director of MPDD; Andrew McCloy, Chair of the Peak District National Park Authority; John …

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