Travel through stunning countryside passing fast flowing rivers, breath-taking long views of wild countryside largely untouched by modern life. Pass the three peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough. Pass over the famous Ribblehead viaduct and onward through the remote Blea Moor tunnel where you enter in North Yorkshire and come out in Cumbria.
Onward with fine long views over Dentdale and past England’s highest main line station. Pass over Ais Gill summit at 1,169 feet above sea level and decent down through the beautiful unspolit Upper Eden Valley passing Kirkby Stephen to the beautiful market town of Appleby.
Our comfortable classic 'Inter City' trains will be made up of all first class traditional carriages with large tables, air conditioning, individual power points and comfy well-padded reclining seats. All guests will be guaranteed window seats. Each bay for two guests only will be separated by specially fitted Perspex screens to provide private spaces for families while maintaining safe social distancing.
Fares range from just £24.75 to £34.75 per person based on a family of 4 depending on train time and date.
There are three return trip options serving both south to north and vice versa.
Fares for this stunning 112 mile round trip are priced per couple at: £58, £68 or £78 depending on train and date. Special family group fares for 4 people including at least one child (under the age of 16) are: £99, £119 or £139 Ticket price includes reserved table in exclusive bay in traditional comfortable air conditioned first class coaches.
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