The links below will allow you explore the organsations in the Settle & Carlisle Railway family, along with local visitor infomation sites.
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Some useful information
There are literally walks in every direction from the Station Master's House.
You can walk Whenside and lngleborough from the house and Pen-y-Ghent from the next station a few minutes away (Horton-in-Ribblesdale).
Once a year hardy folk do all three in a day in the Three Peaks Challenge!

Another excellent walk passes across the front of Ribblehead Viaduct
and Blea Moor signal box and then over the long tunnel of Blea Moor.
There are market towns, caves and waterfalls to explore in the local area as well as great train access up to Carlisle and all the way down to Leeds.
for the Settle - Carlisle Railway Partnership for timetable, ticket and more infomation
for the Friends of the Settle-Carlisle Line including membership, the saving of the line and the latest news
for the Settle & Carlisle Railway Trust for stations and other building history and conservation on the line
up to date train running progress for the S&RC ains from Northern
up to date train running progress for the national network including freight traffic
steam tour information and running times for 2018
don't miss the chance to visit Hawes, home to the Wensleydale Creamery and much more, accessable by car
Railway Links:
all you need to know about the Yorkshire Dales National Park area
the Wensleydale Railway in Northallerton
a bustling market town, easily reached by train from the house, with plenty of independent shops and history too
Local Links:
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Ingleton is great for a visit by car, just on the otherside of the peak. It has a range of shops, caves and waterfalls.
a great website detailing a range of walks in the local area
 Ingleborough one of the famous 'Three Peaks'