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Saturday, May 10, 2014

Edale Station

Edale Station in Edale, Derbyshire is a main point of access to the Peak District in Derbyshire. Edale Station first opened in 1894.

Edale Station is situated at the foot of the 636m-high Kinder Scout, and is the closest station to the start of the Pennine Way running 267 miles north from Edale, through the Yorkshire Dales and the Northumberland National Park to Kirk Yetholm, just within Scotland.

Edale Station, Derbyshire, UK

Northern Rail runs trains to Edale from Sheffield and Manchester Piccadilly on the Hope Valley Line. Trains to both Sheffield and Manchester operate roughly every two hours. Bicycles can be taken on the train.

Edale Station, Peak District, Derbyshire

East Midlands presently has a few trains that stop at Edale Station on the way to Manchester Piccadilly and Liverpool Lime Street via Warrington Central from Sheffield and Nottingham.

Edale Station, Derbyshire


Edale Station
Station Road
Edale
Derbyshire
S33 7ZN

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1 comment:

Paul Willis said...

I always viewed this place as a gateway to adventure when I lived in these parts :) Have very happy memories of Edale - a really good linear walk is over Kinder Scout and along the Sett Valley Trail to New Mills & pick up the train later along the line