An organisation promoting the responsible use of green lanes with public rights for recreational motor vehicles has made a donation to the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority. Members of North Yorkshire Trail Riders Fellowship led by Rights of Way Officer Leo Crone presented a cheque for £2,500 to National Park Authority Area Manager […]
Mention Settle in Yorkshire to many people and they will say “Settle to Carlisle Railway Line” As the head line suggests the views are magnificent, and all from the comfort of your seat on the train.
rom the iconic Yorkshire Three Peaks of Pen Y Ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside, the dry stone walls and limestone outcrops, vast uninterrupted moorland vistas and of course sheep! When on the train you don’t see much of the famous Ribblehead Viaduct itself, but you certainly know when you travelling over it! Then after passing the highest mainline station in England at Dent you venture into Westmoreland then onto the green pastures of the Eden Valley to reach Carlisle two hours after leaving Settle.
The station in Settle is very quaint and a step back in time, with the back drop of the Yorkshire Dales.
You can catch the train north departing about every 2 hours (or so during the day) timetables from Northern Rail
‘Good news’ on housing completions The number of housing completions in the Yorkshire Dales National Park has hit a 13-year high, according to an annual monitoring report. A total of 88 homes were completed by developers and housing associations in the year to the end of March. Of those 24 […]
Innovative project ‘Technology and Relationships Improving Flow’ shortlisted for the 2022 HSJ Awards Teams in Bradford District and Craven are setting the standard for healthcare excellence An innovative project which reduces the length of stays in hospital and better supports recovery following discharge from hospital has been shortlisted for a prestigious award. The ‘Technology and […]