Location type


Names and dates

Batty Green (1876-1877)
Ribblehead (1877-1970)
Ribblehead (1986-)

Station code: RHD National Rail
Where: Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, England
Opened on the Settle and Carlisle Line (Midland Railway).


This is a two platform station with staggered platforms. The original building remains on the up platform, in use as a visitor^s centre and museum.

Settle and Carlisle Trust - Ribblehead Station

The stationmaster^s house has also survived and is rent-able accommodation.

Settle and Carlisle Trust - Ribblehead Accommodation

The down platform waiting shelter is not original, but in original style.

The Ribblehead Viaduct is to the north.

There are sidings on the down side, approached from the north.




  /  /1997Settle and Carlisle Line (Midland Railway)
Settle and Carlisle Railway Trust given planning permission to restore Ribblehead station.
  /06/2000Settle and Carlisle Line (Midland Railway)
Ribblehead station visitor^s centre opened.


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Carlisle (Rail Centres)
Line by Line - the Settle & Carlisle
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The Leeds, Settle & Carlisle Railway: The Midland Route to Scotland

The Line That Refused to Die

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