& Haverthwaite Railway is situated close to
Newby Bridge which is at the southern end of Lake Windermere
on the A590. You will find steam locomotives working
hard on the steeply graded railway on part of the originally
Furness Railway branch line which carried passengers
and freight from the town of Ulverston
You will find on this section of line 6.0km [3.5miles]
in length, steam locomotives that are restored and preserved
to their former glory. The railway line runs from Haverthwaite,
through Newby Bridge to the terminus at Lakeside in
which you will pass through beautiful countryside alongside
the River Leven in the Leven Valley as you sit in comfortable
coaching stock that ensures that passengers have a pleasant
and leisurely journey.
reaching Lakeside you can make an enjoyable day out
by taking a cruise on Lake Windermere Cruises with a
visit to Bowness
or visit to the Aquarium
depending on the amount of time you have before you
head back on your return journey to Haverthwaite for
something to eat or drink at The Station Restaurant
& Tea Room.
At Haverthwaite Railway Station you will also find an
Engine Shed where you can view various engines, picnic
area, souvenir shop, car park and coach parking is available.
Close by you can visit crystal engraving studio Argcrystal.
It is advisable to
contact Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway prior to
your visit if there is something specific you wish to
see or any alterations have been made to the Opening
times and the attraction itself.Disclaimer
Further information and details on opening
times, costs and facilities please contact.
Location - close to
Newby Bridge and Ulverston on the A590 the southern
section of Lake Windermere