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x travel news for entertainment & archives x updated: 06/06/2018 left column trailer x updates (new additions to the website) w ebsite u pdates (trailers) click here or scroll down to view in this column links to the most recent updates w eather f orecast by post code or location click below very versatile but also useful for world-wide locations. . also highly recommended try it for clitheroe line stations (e.g. langho railway station) changes to metrolink services click logo below for all metrolink details to access websites of all t rain o perating c ompanie s & network rail click panel below __ b ritish t ransport p olice steam & diesel rail tour information _ __ steam in the ribble valley & east lancs photo gallery rvr historical scale maps ______ old bradshaw timetables xxx passenger focus ____ ticket refunds or just scroll down website updates (trailers) northern rail stations facilities, postal codes (for gps), location maps, car parking etc . timetables valid from 20 may 2018 all northern services national rail format most tables have been published and available for viewing awaited is table 116a e ngineering w ork maps click above to read b olton s tation station upgrade aug / sept 2017 photos & narrative courtesy network rail gallery 16 peter bleasdale recent additions july 2017 heritage railways in devon to view click on the respective logos below west somerset railway (bishops lydeard - minehead) june 2017 paignton - dartmouth june 2017 steel wheels & rubber tyres volume 4 (the final volume) published by venture publications, glossop whose retail outlet is mds books, website http://www.mdsbooks.co.uk now available at mds books 11 may 2017 a lston v iaduct (now updated) by brian haworth 20 april 2017 c omplete a rticle by david butterworth to read click above panel a n abbreviated version appears in rvrnews 116 out soon march 2017 t hailand s tate r ailways part two by colin carr march 2017 new book on 'the ribble valley line' written by long-standing rvr member, john matthews for details click below: book may be ordered directly from the middleton press gallery 16 peter bleasdale july 2016 railways & tramways in somerset to view click on the respective logos below west somerset railway (bishops lydeard - minehead) july 2016 + june 2017 beer heights light railway derbyshire crich dover to folkestone re-opened on 5 sept 2016 (closed since boxing day 2015) dover - folkestone click above for further information and to access publisher details update book is now in stock and available for purchase advance orders have been mailed out by the publishers to order the book click below a review of the above book may be found in the magazine issue no. 735, june 2016 new historical map rails around the wrekin shrewsbury - wellington - much wenlock - coalport - market drayton click below r ailway f looding winter 2015/16 miscellaneous locations including lamington, prudhoe, dover & conwy valley click respective photos to access landslip at farnley haugh near prudhoe (between hexham & newcastle) lines has now re-opened conwy valley re-opened on monday 22 feb lamington viaduct re-opened on monday 22 feb scheduled to re-open 5 sept 2016 dover - folkestone s ettle & c arlisle landslip at eden brows near appleby revised gallery proposed solution + photos 03/03/2016 n uneaton n orth c hord updated click the above panel for details of this important new freight link battlefield line feature nuneaton - market bosworth - ashby loughborough derby road - burton now added 30/01/2016 i rish b og r ailways part 4 (visited june 2015) by brian haworth 18/12/2015 n amed t rains lmr winter 1958/59 thames-clyde express royal scot the waverley the palatine ulster express red rose express click below and many more . . 19/11/2015 llangollen steam railway visited 25/26 july 2015 (60s gala weekend) & including the corwen extension by peter bleasdale 29/07/2015 rvrnews then x & now p hotos (picture gallery 1a) photo: r. greenwood photo: b. haworth 13/03/2015 rvrnews front cover photos (picture gallery 1) major update photo: b. haworth 24/ 02/2015 i rish r ailways additional station galleries by brian haworth (photos & text) & nigel kirby (timetables, maps & layout) click on images below dublin connolly heuston pearse docklands tara street w estport (co. mayo) 26/ 01/2015 i rish r ailways additional station galleries clara, tullamore, oranmore sligo & sligo quay branch ballymote, boyle & collooney claremorris castlebar irish bridges by brian haworth click below and access the irish stations index then scroll down 13/ 01/2015 d eath r ailway 'bridge over the river kwai' re-visited october 2014 by colin carr mortality statistics now included 26/ 10/2014 p orthmadog to c aernarfon (welsh highland railway) visited sept 2014 ( superpower weekend) by peter bleasdale updated 22/ 09/2014 a way d ay in t hailand by colin carr 10/ 09/2014 i sle of w ight steam & electric railways visited june 2014 by peter bleasdale 05/ 07/2014 the 'topper chopper' visits horrocksford 31 may 2014 by ted buckley 21/ 06/2014 to view a gallery of 27 photos courtesy network rail of the storm damage at dawlish (february 2014) click below to view photos of the refurbishment prior to the re-opening of the line click below 02/04/2014 visit of tornado nw england 14 april 2010 major update click below to read tornado crossing arnside viaduct also includes additional photos, maps & commentary courtesy derek walmsley ( f urness l ine a ction g roup ) 07/11/201 3 f orth b ridge details of proposed new viewing area click below to view courtesy network rail 05/09/201 3 todmorden curve & holme tunnel engineering details requires powerpoint to view (5mb) ( click either photo ) 13/08/201 3 p aignton - d artmouth steam railway by simon clarke gallery 15 gallery 20 welshpool to llanfair caereinion light railway richard watts e ast l ancs t imetable jan - june 1957 includes great harwood loop s talybridge u pgrade lancashire rail ramblers visit their new website guided walks programme . xxxxxx . xxxxxxx welcome to the website of ribble valley rail xxxxxxxx r ibble x v alley x r ail the user group for the clitheroe line xxxxxxxxx webmaster: nigel kirby latest travel news latest northern rail travel news click below latest all tocs + london underground travel news click below national rail journey planner l ive d epartures northern format click above diagram for all major stations and also many smaller ones in the uk * * * * * scroll down to ribble valley photo for national rail format click above for l ive d epartures national rail format stations ( northern ) xxxx stations made easy facilities, parking, layout community rail lancashire website centre column rvr home page l ive d epartures (platform screen mode) alphabetical order with index train times s trike a ction northern next strike dates : tue 19 june thu 21 june sat 23 june for further details & revised timetables (when updated) click icon below (link to northern strike website) northern t emporary t imetables northern has announced a temporary change to its timetable to help reduce last minute cancellations. from monday 4 june 6% of daily train services, that's 165 out of our normal 2,800 daily services, will be temporarily removed, until the end of july. this interim timetable will enable northern to start to stabilise service levels over the next few weeks and, importantly, start to reduce the number of last-minute train cancellations. in the short-term we will be running fewer services, but still more than we did before the may timetable change. we will then get back to a full timetable service by the end of july. david brown, managing director, northern said: we have been experiencing some significant disruption to train services, especially around north manchester, bolton, liverpool, blackpool and up to the lake district. i'd like to apologise for this unacceptable situation and for the disruption and inconvenience many passengers have faced. we're truly sorry for this and are working hard to fix this. david added: again i would like to apologise on behalf of northern for the unacceptable service many customers have been subject to. we are absolutely committed to resolving the service issues, and the interim plan will help ensure we start to get back on track and start to give customers more certainty around the services we operate. what areas are affected? lakes line for an initial period of two weeks, we are removing all services on the lakes line to and from preston, lancaster and oxenholme and will, instead, operate a replacement bus service to keep people who live, work and visit the lake district on the move. blackpool in and around blackpool we are reducing services between blackpool south and preston, preston and colne and will remove a small number of off-peak services between blackpool north and manchester airport. other services between blackpool north and manchester piccadilly will start/terminate at manchester oxford road. lancashire there will be reductions between ormskirk and preston and a small number between blackburn and southport via manchester victoria, whilst many services on the lancaster to morecambe line will be removed. manchester we have reduced services on the kirkby to manchester victoria line via wigan, and the number of trains operating each day between manchester victoria and stalybridge. liverpool city region additionally, as already extensively communicated, there is a closure of liverpool lime street for two months whilst significant work takes place on resignalling and remodelling of the infrastructure. we have reduced services during this interim period as a result of this closure. this will see three trains per hour run between liverpool and wigan/manchester victoria. on a number of these routes there will be alternative rail services available, as well as other modes of transport. where available, rail replacement buses will also operate on affected routes with details provided locally for customers. as a result of these amendments we will be operating 165 fewer services each day equivalent to 6% of our daily total. what caused the problem? northern's new timetable was designed to provide extra services, making use of our growing train fleet and infrastructure upgrades including the ordsall chord, at liverpool lime st and between manchester and blackpool. however, the timetable had to be planned and delivered in four months compared to the normal 9-12 months. this was because in january 2018 it was announced that there would be a further delay in delivery of the electrification of the manchester-preston via bolton line, bringing the delay to two years. as a result of this announcement we had to totally rewrite our timetable plan and then plan and deliver significant levels of complex driver training on new routes and to operate different trains. this has caused us to have a reduction in availability of drivers to run our scheduled train services whilst they complete their training, and this has resulted in the significant number of last minute cancellations . one area we want to clarify is the position on train drivers, and to explain that we actually have more drivers than we need to run a full timetable in normal circumstances. we currently have 1,529 train drivers, 180 more than when we started the franchise. we are having to complete a significant amount of driver training as a result of the delayed blackpool electrification programme, and a large number of additional last-minute route changes as a result of the may timetable. the interim timetable will enable us to accelerate the completion of this training. temporary timetables blackpool south colne 04 08 june huddersfield manchester 04 08 june lancaster morecambe & heysham port 04 08 june manchester airport blackpool north 04 08 june manchester victoria blackburn via todmorden 04 08 june manchester victoria kirkby 04 08 june oxenholme windermere 04 09 june preston ormskirk 04 08 june the 0620 blackburn to preston service will not run. the 1019 blackburn to preston service will not run. the 1253 southport to blackburn service will not run. the 2017 blackburn to wigan wallgate will not run. the 2323 preston to blackburn will not run. the 0648 preston to leeds service will start at blackpool north (0612) and call additionally at poulton-le-fylde (0617). the 1721 leeds southport service will call additionally at swinton (1908), moorside (1911) and hag fold (1923). the 2049 leeds to preston service is extended to blackpool north and will call at poulton-le-fylde (2307) and blackpool north (2313). for the latest i nformation click here b lackpool - p reston x on monday 16 april, northern began a phased re-introduction of train services between these stations. for details click here timetable an hourly train service will run between blackpool north and preston and 4 bus services per hour will supplement the service. 2 buses per hour will run non-stop and 2 will call at layton, poulton-le-fylde, kirkham & wesham and salwick. trains between blackpool south, preston, blackburn & colne will continue to run. to view complete rail/bus timetable click below *** x check all journeys with a journey planner x *** e ngineering w ork maps the maps do not show where rail-replacement buses are running, but rather highlight routes on which engineering work is taking place dates 02 jun - 08 jun 2018 xxxxxxx week 10 09 jun - 15 jun 2018 xxxxxxx week 11 16 jun - 22 jun 2018 xxxxxxx week 12 23 jun - 29 jun 2018 xxxxxxx week 13 30 jun - 06 jul 2018 xxxxxxx week 14 return to rvr home page improvement (engineering) work to obtain details (revised timetables) for all northern services affected by improvement (engineering) work click below: ****************** use of a journey planner is essential to check all journeys ****************** return to rvr home page xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx or if you prefer use the direct links to northern in the timetables below xxxxxx t imetables from 20 may 2018 northern national rail return to rvr home page national rail journey planner click panel below to access only one postcode is permitted t imetables by individual tocs first transpennine exp virgin arriva scotrail east midlands virgineast coast grand central first great western cross-country merseyrail metrolink (m'cr) or click below for additional tocs xx t imetables click below to view northern national rail for details click above or scroll down xx l atest t ravel n ews click below xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx c leared s ervice d isruptions click below . return to rvr home page . xxx t ravel t ools xxx live departures journey planners timetables transport for london manchester uk rail tours rail fares national rail live departures national rail journey planner rail timetables individual listings by toc etc manchester metro link local rail fares ribble valley clitheroe line northern live departures northern rail journey planner national rail complete timetable metro shuttle best value rail fares translink n i r ailways london xxx i rish r ail northern in alphabetical order ni railways london underground map irish rail cheapest fare finder national xxxx rail x xxx website international rail travel man in seat 61 transport for london oyster cards s leeper s ervices (from 17 may 2015) split your ticket b ritish t ransport p olice ticket alert service shows when advance bookings become available for specified journeys bus timetables (lancashire) link updated 05 april 2016 r ibble v alley r ambler engineering work affecting services click below dalesrail 2017 railtour info 2015 tours real time train reports s tations m ade e asy (facilities, parking, layout etc .) other useful websites e.g. postal code finder royal mail postage rates google maps phone area code list network rail media metrolink network map sept 2016 return to rvr home page . . t rain o perating c ompanies' w ebsites to access, click on the corresponding logo worth browsing for special offers arriva rail north ltd . network rail . return to rvr home page . . . xxx . . r ibble v alley r ail x welcome to our website the good news that we have a mine of interesting information inside. we hope you are enjoying your visit and will explore further would you like to get our all-colour magazine, rvrnews , as well? it's published four times a year , and is free to members. why not have a look at a new sample issue rvrnews 106 by clicking the photo on the right? to read rvrnews 112 (the latest issue) why not join rvr, and obtain your free copy? membership details - on how to do this are included below and elsewhere on this website. right : front cover rvrnews 106 xx front cover photos will be found in picture gallery 1 by clicking here better still, we think that you would be proud to be involved with our work of helping to bring an always improving train service to the ribble valley and through darwen, all the way to manchester. current hot topics are: doubling of the line by the insertion of one-mile-long passing loops either side of darwen station to help punctuality - completed and allow a genuine half-hour service from blackburn to manchester increasing the length of platforms along the ribble valley to make them suitable for three or four car trains - completed extending the passenger service, on existing tracks, to hellifield and beyond, giving services to lancaster, skipton, leeds and carlisle. this would bring york, scarborough and scotland into easy reach. it would also bring manchester airport within an easy train ride from all stations to carlisle. sounds good? sounds exciting? help it happen, come to our open committee meetings, and get the inside information from northern rail and network rail. even join the committee . . . annual subscription is from £6.00 only . . . . rvr m embership leaflet may be obtained from clitheroe interchange & other outlets click right to view designed by dean weaver xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx to download the membership form click the link below now , then print out and fill in the form. it's that easy ! revised april 2018 x clitheroe line xxxxx . return to rvr home page . . . . how to travel by train or ship.. . maybe you don't like flying, or are concerned about air travel's contribution to global warming. or perhaps you just prefer real travel by train or ship, where the journey is part of the adventure... either way, ' the man in seat sixty-one ' will tell you how to travel overland comfortably & affordably where you might think that air was now the only option. ... within the uk & ireland train times & fares for train travel in britain: uk page how to travel from britain to ireland by train+ferry: ireland page , northern ireland page . ... from the uk to europe how to travel by train from the uk to almost any country in europe: europe page ... in asia, africa, america, australasia how to travel by train or ship from the uk to & within countries worldwide: use the site map or search the site ... in united states of america . return to rvr home page . . . . . . cumbrian coast tornado articles menu lms leyland rail bus click on the underlined letter to read the article (a) a line that never was the burnley, clitheroe and sabden railway by brian haworth (b) a short winter stroll with railway interest a walk around the martholme viaduct on the north lancashire loop line (aka the great harwood loop ) by brian haworth ( c ) schoolways for school days the delph to oldham line ( aka " the delph donkey" ) by geoffrey hilditch o.b.e. / nigel kirby (d) horrocksford branch map - history - photos - current scene - detailed walk in the area by brian haworth / bill briggs plus photos taken by ken roberts, john matthews, ted buckley, and also ken geddes & simon clarke , viewed when visiting gallery 11 - cement section , a gallery, which complements the above. (e) the fellsman 2009 illustrated feature - narrative & photos by ted buckley to visit ted's photo gallery no.12 , click here other photos of the fellsman , taken by simon clarke and peter bleasdale are located in gallery 7 (f) chatburn station bridge reconstruction scheme information update november 2009 in pdf format giving a progress report of this important project. (g) a stationmaster's life at wilpshire in the 1880 s illustrated article - narrative & photos by craig ward (h) the cumbrian coast tornado - 14 april 2010 illustrated article - narrative & photos by ted buckley & nigel kirby with additional photographs by simon clarke, derek walmsley (flag) & duncan holden (i) the fellsman 2010 illustrated feature - narrative & photos by ted buckley (j) the lms leyland rail bus illustrated article - narrative & photos by brian haworth (k) bridges pictorial selection of those spanning disused lines by brian haworth (l) stainmore railway company a visit to the kirkby stephen east heritage centre by brian haworth (m) rails around harrogate a pictorial feature with map by brian haworth (n) the fellsman 2011 illustrated feature - narrative & photos by ted buckley (o) ilkley, shipley & saltaire stations illustrated feature - narrative, photos, old timetables & historical map for this area by brian haworth & nigel kirby rambles from ribble valley line stations (p) walk from entwistle station via sough starting and finishing at entwistle station - sketch map included 6½ miles but is rather strenuous with about 500 - 600 ft of climbing and descent. by ken geddes . return to rvr home page . . . . . . x x w orld r ailways x x click the underlined letter to view the following photo galleries: (a) x poland (b) x thailand (c) x bridge on the river kwai xx (thailand) (d) x locomotives of eritrea & the far east x (includes java & china) (e) x rocky mountain railways x (canada) (f) x alaska (g) x isle of man (manx) railways (h) x european miscellany ( i ) x wuppertal schwebebahn x (wuppertal suspension railway) (j) x australian railways ("the ghan", "indian-pacific", sydney central station et al ) (k) x china x (almost the last days of industrial steam) (l) x sicily (m) x amsterdam (n) x siegen railway museum, germany (o) x new zealand (p) x irish railways (belfast & antrim) (q) x irish stations (index) + rail map of ireland (r) x irish railways (s) x irish bog railways (t) x irish bradshaw timetables (1910, 1922 & 1938) (u) x dublin stations gallery - connolly - heuston - pearse - tara street - docklands . return to rvr home page . . . . . west somerset railway x picture gallery to view depicted railway click either photo xx bluebell railway . . gallery 1 rvrnews front covers xxxxxxxxx revised & updated 16 mar 2016 gallery 1a rvrnews then & now photos xxx revised & updated 16 mar 2016 gallery 2 santa services - includes photo gallery of santa special to hellifield on 8 dec 2012 gallery 3 ken roberts x now includes photo of penn station nyc taken at 3.18 p.m. on 11 sept 2001 . gallery 4 colin carr (also see gallery 1 3 ) gallery 5 ken geddes (also see galleries 11 & 13) gallery 6 hellifield photos of upgrade october 2012 gallery 7 special traffic on the clitheroe line part 1 freightliner 70005 at blackburn (alan bowles) db schenker 60011 at accrington (simon clarke & brian haworth) royal train at accrington (simon clarke) leander at ramsgreave & wilpshire (graham dudley) en-route through pimlico - log trains (dean weaver) on accrington viaduct - bitumen tanks (brian haworth) dalesrail 2011 - inaugural service displaying its new wrap (simon clarke) gypsum train on cobwall viaduct blackburn (simon clarke) london midland city units at accrington (simon clarke) arriva units on the line (brian haworth & simon clarke) unusual traffic crossing whalley viaduct (brian haworth & simon clarke) gallery 7 special traffic on the clitheroe line part 2 resignalling at whalley station - ( alan bowles ) locomotive working at horrocksford junction on 4 nov 2009 incident at horrocksford junction on 23 sept 2009 'the fellsman' at blackburn and clitheroe on 12 august 2009 gallery 8 blackburn station - past & present gallery 9 darwen, lower darwen, spring vale & entwistle gallery 10 in and around clitheroe gallery 11 miscellaneous gallery platform extensions - clitheroe line autumn 2011 engineering work in and around the ribble valley castle cement traffic returns to horrocksford chorley flying arches major track renewal - blackburn to clitheroe - nov 2008 extensive and detailed coverage track renewal at clitheroe - spring 2009 primrose viaduct clitheroe - preparatory engineering work gallery 12 ted buckley the 'topper chopper' rail tour from crewe to horrocksford cement works virgin pendolinos mid-hants line reading in transition steam in ribble valley (contributor) siegen railway museum, westphalia, germany the yorkshire coronation - 10 april 2010 the fellsman - illustrated article with access link provided and much more the cumbrian tornado 14 april 2010 - to view click here gallery 13 w orld railways irish bog railways part 3 awayday in thailand sept 2014 bridge on the river kwai - "death railway" amsterdam, australia (slide show format, with photo enhancement), china (almost final days of industrial steam) , germany, isle of man , poland , sicily, thailand , new zealand, irish railways : northern ireland : irish stations (with map) : dublin stations gallery gallery 14 brian haworth james bond locomotive - skyfall - 82231 knaresborough viaduct coal working on langho bank scenes around west lancashire (st.helens jct. & huyton) farnworth & moses gate maghull station gallery 15 simon clarke birmingham moor street paignton - dartmouth steam railway national rail museum southyard freight in the horrocksford area tangmere in the ribble valley st ives branch south devon (totnes - buckfastleigh) & lakeside to haverthwaite heritage railways - with maps lostwithiel - fowey (china clay traffic) - with maps gallery 16 peter bleasdale porthmadog - caernarfon visit sept 2014 llangollen steam railway july 2014 october 2014 july 2015 isle of wight steam & electric railway june 2014 porthmadog gala visit sept 2013 porthmadog visit may 2014 paignton & dartmouth steam railway north yorkshire moors railway (updated with larger photos) west somerset railway (bishop's lydeard - minehead) heritage railway bluebell railway ellenroad steam museum, near rochdale ffestiniog railway welsh highland railway model railway at gilling east west somerset railway july 2016 seaton tramway july 2016 beer heights light railway july 2016 crich national tramway museum gallery 17 alan watson severn valley railway - gala day 24 sept 2011 great central railway - with map east lancashire railway - with map gallery 18 snow in the ribble valley during winter 2009/2010 gallery 19 steam in the ribble valley - photos gallery 19t details of steam rail tours gallery 20 richard watts welshpool - llanfair caereinion light railway dartmoor railway west somerset railway northern ireland - antrim & newry bluebell railway - direct link - much quicker gallery 21 dean weaver - scenes around blackburn, ribble valley and preston gallery 22 graham dudley gallery 23 steve houlker - archive photos - p'way gang photos gallery 24 alan bowles whalley, blackburn & ribble valley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . return to rvr home page . . . . . . map 21 x rvr historical rail maps ( drawn to scale by nigel kirby) x map 15 xx to view index using xx thumbnail maps x arranged geographically x click here xx map no. area 1 north lancs & south cumbria (ravenglass - barrow - morecambe - clapham) click here 2 solway firth & north cumbria (annan - appleby - sellafield) click here 3 railways of east lancashire (blackburn - clitheroe - skipton - bolton - oldham) click here 3a railways & waterways of north east lancashire (blackburn - clitheroe - colne) click here 4 little north western (carnforth - morecambe - lancaster - wennington - hellifield - glasson dock) click here 5 ribble valley line (blackburn - clitheroe - hellifield) xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx clitheroe line click here 5a settle & carlisle xxxxxxx special version click here 6 west lancashire (fleetwood - aintree - wigan) click here 6 a bolton, bury, rochdale, clifton junction, walkden, patricroft & manchester click here 6 b wigan, blackrod, horwich parkway, westhoughton, hindley, bamfurlong & springs branch click here 7 south lancashire, cheshire & north staffs (golborne - godley jct. - stone) click here 7a cheshire & north staffs (centred on keele) x contains link to history of stoke - market drayton line (keele university) click here 8 west midlands & sth. staffs (stafford - birmingham - burton-on-trent) click here 9 east midlands (derby, leicester, leamington, bedford & grantham) click here 10 peak district (stalybridge - sheffield - ambergate - leek - stockport) click here 11 merseyside, wirral, cheshire & welsh borders click here 12 derby, nottingham, chesterfield, lincoln & sleaford click here 13 irish railways (mainly current rail network - ongoing map development ) click here 14 halifax, stainland, sowerby bridge, rishworth xxxxxxx xxx xxx xxxxxxxxxxx xxx xxx (trains & halifax trams) click here 15 york, malton, bridlington, hull, selby, knottingley & goole click here 16 scunthorpe, grimsby, louth, skegness, lincoln & gainsborough click here 17 tebay - kirkby stephen - barnard castle c eden valley line over stainmore click here 18 north east england (newcastle - thirsk - scarborough - whitby - redcar) click here 19 porthmadog, aberystwyth, llangollen, wrexham, welshpool & shrewsbury click here 19a shrewsbury, wellington, much wenlock, coalport & market drayton xxxxxxxxxxxxx ' rails around the wrekin' click here 20 hereford, shrewsbury, kidderminster, gloucester & lydney click here 21 porthmadog, holyhead, bangor, llandudno, llanberis, llangollen & ruabon click here 22 hereford - llanidloes - builth - brecon - craven arms - presteign click here 23 penzance, truro, fowey, st. ives, newquay, falmouth, bodmin, padstow & wenford bridge click here 24 looe, plymouth, tavistock. okehampton, barnstaple, lynton, bideford, appledore & ilfracombe click here 24a railways of north devon xxxxxxxx heritage railways included xxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx map drawn at the request of x combe rail (ilfracombe branch project) click here 25 minehead, taunton, exeter, honiton, newton abbot, paignton, kingswear & totnes click here 26 taunton, bridgwater, shepton mallet, yeovil, weymouth, lyme regis & seaton click here 27 newport, chepstow, bristol, bath, radstock, weston-super-mare, clevedon & severn beach click here 28 south midlands & cotswolds (worcester, gloucester, swindon, didcot) click here 29 swindon, salisbury, bournemouth, southampton, portsmouth, basingstoke, reading, slough & guildford click here 30 isle of wight click here 31 london xxxxxxxxxxxxxx lea bridge (between tottenham & stratford) re-opened may 2016 click here 32 clapham junction click here 33 guildford, surbiton, wimbledon, east croydon, brighton, caterham, east grinstead (for bluebell railway), horsted keynes, sevenoaks click here 34 romford, southend, margate, maidstone, canterbury, dover, hastings, eastbourne, kent high speed line click here 35 south midlands & chilterns (brackley, aylesbury, bletchley, dunstable, luton & st. albans) click here 36 east anglia (peterborough, thetford, bury st.edmunds, ipswich, stevenage, bedford, cambridge, harwich & lowestoft click here 37 essex (stevenage, hatfield, bishop's stortford, chelmsford, colchester, wood green, south tottenham & romford) click here 38 norfolk (yarmouth, sheringham, melton constable, beccles & norwich) click here 39 midland & great northern joint and other lines around spalding click here 40 keighley, ilkley, harrogate, bradford, leeds, selby, york & ripon click here 41 halifax, huddersfield, dewsbury, wakefield, & barnsley click here 42 carlisle, alston, hexham, reedsmouth, morpeth, newcastle, consett, durham click here 43 aberystwyth, fishguard, milford haven, carmarthen, swansea, neath, & llandovery click here 44 neath, brecon, abergavenny, merthr tydfill, aberdare, newport & cardiff xxxxxxx (welsh valleys) click here 45 stranraer, girvan, dumfries, gretna, silloth & aspatria click here 46 girvan, ayr, ardrossan, kilmarnock, mauchline, beattock, lamington, symington, carstairs, dolphinton & moffat click here 47 lockerbie, dolphinton, peebles, galashiels, rothbury, hawick & reedsmouth xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx waverley route - central section click here 48 coldstream - alnwick - alnmouth - morpeth - whitley bay - ponteland click here 49 edinburgh - leith - forth bridge - reston - berwick upon tweed - tweedmouth xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx waverley route - northern section click here 50 central edinburgh & leith click here 51 glasgow - milngavie - falkirk - motherwell - carstairs - strathaven click here 52 glasgow west - balloch - aberfoyle- east kilbride - largs - gourock - paisley click here 53 callander - crieff - perth - stirling - alloa - larbert - dunfermline click here 54 perth - dundee - arbroath - brechin - forfar - st. andrews click here 55 st.andrews - leven - kirkcaldy - thornton jct. - ladybank - lochty click here 56 aberdeen - stonehaven - montrose - ballater - torphins - dyce - alford click here 57 dyce - inverurie - maud - fraserburgh - peterhead - boddam - keith click here 58 aberfeldy - pitlochry - newtonmore - kingussie - aviemore - boat of garten click here 59 inverness - dingwall - forres - elgin - portessie - craigellachie click here 60 oban - ballachulish - fort william - rannoch - crianlarich - killin jct. click here 61 fort william - glenfinnan - mallaig click here 62 spean bridge - fort augustus click here 63 dingwall - strathpeffer - kyle of lochalsh click here 64 dingwall - invergordon - dornoch - lairg - helmsdale - thurso - wick - lybster click here x1 ' topper choppe r ' xx tour from crewe to horrocksford cement works (near clitheroe) on 31 may 2014 xx route map click here return to rvr home page h istorical r ail t imetables (bradshaw 1910, 1922, 1938) & other years click below to access timetable index . . return to rvr home page . . . . . a stationmaster's life at wilpshire in the 1880s by craig ward . return to rvr home page . . . . . photo of the month c umbrian m ountain e xpress x 2014 " duchess of sutherland " on the last cumbrian mountain express of the season in full steam through whalley on 6th september 2014 photo: a. bowles to visit gallery 24 (whalley) , click here . . . . acorp information to visit the website of acorp click photo . return to rvr home page . . . . xxx click above to see details of these twelve destinations . . . . . . . return to rvr home page hellifield transformation now complete network rail has completed a project to refurbish historic hellifield station in the yorkshire dales. built of iron and glass, the station canopy is over 130 years old and was last refurbished in the mid 1990s. network rail has now completed a £550,000 project to repair and redecorate the station canopies structural steelwork and replace all the glazing panels. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx network rail area director, martin frobisher, commented: this is a beautiful old building and the investment we have made to sympathetically refurbish it will safeguard its future and allow passengers to continue to enjoy the station for decades to come. the station is managed by northern rail richard allan, area director for northern rail, said: investment of this kind into our rural stations is extremely welcome and hellifield will hugely benefit from this refurbishment. our customers are now greeted by a brighter and more welcoming environment and be able to enjoy the unique surroundings this historic station has to offer. ruth evans, from the friends of hellifield station, added: it is great to see the work carried out to such a high standard on this magnificent station. it is well worth a visit by using the famous leeds-settle-carlisle line. the tea rooms on the station are open most days where you can enjoy a fireman's breakfast'. we would like to thank to network rail for their investment in this station. text & photos courtesy network rail . return to rvr home page . . . . . dales railcard who can apply? if you live between skipton and carlisle (on the leeds-settle-appleby-carlisle line) skipton and carnforth (on the leeds-morecambe line) carlisle and brampton (on the tyne valley carlisle-newcastle line) and your postcode is in one of the following areas: or in clitheroe or whalley (lancs) ca 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17 dl 8, 11, 12 la 2, 5, 6, 10 bd 23, 24 bb7 for further information, click below . return to rvr home page . . . . . m anchester m etrolink xxxx updated 13 sept 2016 click map below to visit metrolink website (fares, timetables, service updates etc .) click here to view map of the free manchester metro shuttle service september 2016 detailed street maps of the new south manchester line view the south manchester line from trafford bar to st werburgh's road x view the south manchester line from st werburgh's road to east didsbury ------------------------------ &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& ------------------------------ m etro s huttle free travel x in manchester city centre for full details, click the map below (also click map for details of metroshuttle services in bolton, oldham & stockport) return to rvr home page . . . . to read about the n ew f ranchises click respective panels below 9 dec 2015 northern the article may also be viewed, complete with links, by clicking here transpennine the article may be viewed, complete with links, by clicking here . . . . m anchester p iccadilly station car park is extended to 855 spaces the demand for rail travel from manchester's piccadilly station has increased so much that car drivers are regularly turned away from the multi storey car park because it is full. network rail is tackling the problem by creating an extra 263 spaces . built in time for the commonwealth games that were held in manchester in 2002, the existing multi storey car park and level deck alongside the station have 592 spaces in total. however, that is no longer enough as liz ratcliffe, network rail's commercial manager (retail) explains: when the car park was built, there were plenty of spaces for everyone. what couldn't have been predicted at the time was the phenomenal growth in demand for rail travel right across the country. that, plus the increase to three trains an hour to and from london from the end of 2008 means that on tuesdays, wednesdays and thursdays we frequently have to turn cars away. while our passenger satisfaction surveys are always very positive, the recurring theme is the lack of spaces at peak periods, which is why we are extending the car park. the extension is being built using pre-cast concrete. when completed the entire car park, including the original building, will be clad in a structural steel that weathers to a natural brown colour over a period of time. it has been used successfully on other buildings in manchester and is seen as a good choice of material for a structure adjacent to the brick warehouses and the station. it also provides savings for network rail as it is a low-maintenance material that doesn't need painting or cleaning, which will help the company meet its cost efficiency targets. the existing car park holds a park mark safer parking award, and network rail will apply for the entire car park to be re-assessed so that motorists can park in the knowledge that they are leaving their cars in a safe and secure environment. the extended car park will be entered into the british parking awards and will also be considered for a number of design and architecture awards. . return to rvr home page . . . . c hanges to n orthern d uo s northern rail have announced significant changes to their duo tickets that will benefit customers travelling throughout lancashire. duo tickets may now cover more than one line of route. details of the changes are shown below: clitheroe manchester victoria via darwen line to all stations on the east lancashire line (colne /burnley manchester road blackburn section). clitheroe line (clitheroe blackburn section) / east lancashire line (colne / burnley manchester road preston) to all stations on the ormskirk branch. clitheroe line (clitheroe blackburn section) to all stations as far as preston. burnley manchester road to manchester victoria via hebden bridge ormskirk branch to liverpool stations via ormskirk and merseyrail electrics kirkby, rainford and upholland to station via wigan / atherton to manchester victoria blackpool south branch and blackpool north, poulton-le-fylde & kirkham & wesham to blackburn and stations beyond on the east lancashire line these are only valid for travel in this direction only . q & a what are the average savings customers can enjoy with a duo ticket? two adults will save 25% on the total cost of your return journeys, based on two adult anytime day return or two adult off-peak day return tickets. when will the promotion end? this is not a promotional offer with an end date - duo tickets are a permanent northern rail ticket. will the price of the ticket change? the prices for duo tickets are valid from 2 january 2011. at what times of the day are the duo tickets available? in general, tickets are valid from 0930 on mondays to fridays; with some valid from 0830 or 0900 on certain routes. duo tickets are valid at anytime at weekends and bank holidays apart from december when they are not available on saturdays or sundays. check the routes and conditions page for more details. where can i use a duo ticket? you can travel across many routes on the northern rail network with a duo. where can i purchase a duo ticket? duo tickets can be purchased from the ticket office at staffed train stations. they may also be purchased on-train from conductors but only when you board the train at an unstaffed station or when the ticket office is closed. can i use a duo ticket on other train services such as first transpennine express? yes, you can. the duo ticket can also be used on first transpennine express, merseyrail electrics, hull trains, east coast, east midlands trains, crosscountry trains and virgin trains services when you travel on northern rail routes with a duo ticket. can i buy a duo ticket in advance? yes, you can purchase the duo in advance from ticket offices at any staffed train station. does the ticket apply to a child and an adult travelling together? no. the duo ticket only applies when two adults are travelling together. for details of all northern duo tickets click logo . return to rvr home page . . . . . u.k. airports + parkways + ports x with post codes to facilitate gps navigation to the desired location to access in national rail format click below . . return to rvr home page . . . . . extract from national rail timetable dated 14 dec 2015: return to rvr home page to access the season ticket calculator click the above poster return to rvr home page for information new online train ticket service from northern rail you can now purchase train tickets to anywhere in the uk using our new online train ticketing service. our system is quick and easy to use and you can feel confident that there are no hidden charges when you book your tickets online at northernrail.org we are determined to deliver you the best online customer experience, so over the next two weeks, you will see further enhancements being made to the system. northernrail.org no booking fees no credit card fees no hidden charges tickets to anywhere in the uk return to rvr home page . . h istorical p osters further posters in this fascinating and well-researched series are now available for viewing click the above poster to view others in this series work started at bolton station in the early hours of sat 12 aug. for a 16-day period. until sunday 27 august, the team was working 24/7 to reinstate platform 5 b olton s tation upgrade august 2017 photos & narrative courtesy network rail as well as remodelling track, canopies, installing overhead line equipment, upgrade signalling and building a new emergency exit footbridge. work on the new emergency footbridge waterproofing weston street bridge platform 3 cleaned return to rvr home page . . . . . . extract from network rail website : ticket refunds the train operating companies run the passenger trains, and you need to contact them about ticket refunds. where to get a ticket refund if you bought your ticket from: a ticket office or self-service machine at a station - you need to return your ticket to the ticket office at any station (it does not have to be the station where you bought the ticket) . a travel agent - you need to return your ticket to the travel agent, who sold it to you. a website or telesales office run by a train company - you need to return it to the address that they specify. general information about ticket refunds you can find general information about ticket refunds in section e of the national rail conditions of carrriage page on the national rail website. . . . b est v alue t rain f ares w ebsite the association of train operating companies (atoc) has a campaign to promote the best value train fares for passengers after it was revealed that thousands of passengers are missing out on cheaper train journeys each month. www.bestvaluefares.co.uk x shows passengers how they can save money on train fares by booking in advance, taking advantage of special deals or being flexible when they travel. the website was launched as many train companies announced ticket price increases 2010. for a direct link x click here also see below . . . . also recommended for x b est f ares x for a direct link click above logo well-worth exploring this interesting & useful website . return to rvr home page . . . . . . s cenic b ritain by t rain this acorp publication showcases many of the scenic rail lines around britain. most of the lines featured are supported by community rail partnerships . our many rural branch lines take you to some of britain's most beautiful scenery and loveliest villages, and they're connected to all parts of the country by the high quality, frequent, intercity rail network. for a pdf copy, click on the panel below, which depicts the section in the brochure, highlighting the west & east lancashire, ribble valley and south fylde lines : to get a printed copy, please contact the acorp office below: rail and river centre canal side civic hall 15a new street slaithwaite huddersfield hd7 5ab phone: 01484 847790 fax: 01484 847877 e-mail: email@example.com to visit the acorp website click below: . . return to rvr home page . . . . . x l ittle n orth w estern x to view an enlarged version of this map, click mini-map (right) to view 1938 " little north western " timetable, click here . return to rvr home page . . . . . t ravel with tornado click above t ornado is now operating main-line trains and working on preserved lines * * * * * * for information abou t s pecial s team e xcursions & e vents including those in the north of england click here . return to rvr home page . . . . route utilisation strategies are key elements in the rail industry planning process route utilisation strategies (russ) seek to balance capacity, passenger & freight demand, operational performance and cost, to address the requirements of funders and stakeholders. network rail is developing route utilisation strategies to cover the rail network, in conjunction with rail industry partners and wider stakeholders. network rail will take account of the recommendations from russ when carrying out its activities. in particular they will be used to help inform the allocation of capacity on the network through application of the normal network code processes. for further details and to view the various reports, click below . . return to rvr home page . . . . . . n ational rail journey planner northern rail journey plannerl . or visit the x rather more comprehensive x website below xxxxxx . . new complete travel planner all modes i.e. car, rail, bus, air etc. including reports on road, rail etc . delays and with maps "door to door" journey input available - a powerful, very comprehensive & another amazingly useful link click here do visit this website those, forced to travel by road, will also find this site of immense benefit. - it's absolutely fascinating to note the many features on offer! . . . . . c heapest f are f inder 'cheapest fare finder' allows you to search for a ticket based on cost, and shows you journeys where the selected ticket is available. you can choose up to 4 individual dates, and specify the times of the day that you'd prefer to travel. you may find even cheaper tickets if you try different times of the day. you may find that there is a choice of train company for your journey, and to make the choice easier, national rail shows you the facilities that are usually available when travelling on the respective trains. for further information, and to try out this important new feature provided by national rail, click here well-worth exploring this powerful & fascinating fare-searching tool ! . . . return to rvr home page . . . . . . a dditional g uided w alks linked to the l eeds - m orecambe l ine have also been arranged for the area bounded approximately by giggleswick - bentham - carnforth - morecambe for which details may be found by clicking here . return to rvr home page . . . . x r vr m embership if, once you have viewed the various sections of this website, you would like information about how to join rvr , please click photo bill briggs rvr membership secretary . . . rvr x c ab x r ide dvd s sold out . . return to rvr home page . . . . . . . rvr w ho's w ho chairman: marjorie birch, 35 downham road, chatburn, clitheroe bb7 4au tel : 01200 440019 : email : firstname.lastname@example.org secretary & vice-chairman: peter eastham, 79 rogersfield, langho, blackburn bb6 8hd tel : 01254 240830 : email : email@example.com hon. treasurer: david j. butterworth, 72 fairfield drive, clitheroe, bb7 2ps tel : 01200 425750 : email : firstname.lastname@example.org membership secretary bill briggs, 55 bank head lane, hoghton, preston pr5 0ab tel : 01254 854474 : email : email@example.com friends of stations co-ordinator: brian haworth, 182 whalley road, langho, blackburn bb6 8aa tel : 01254 247844 email : firstname.lastname@example.org return to the top of rvr home page e nd of rvr h ome p age return to the top of the pag e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx to visit the metrolink website , click any of the display panels (maps/diagrams) below xxxx tram times to visit the metrolink website click any of the above display panels s tations m ade e asy getting to & from the station (includes car parking ) facilities ticket buying & collection accessibility & mobility access staffing & general services station map select the required station from the list below: x the information is also available from the live departures section for all stations listed there blackburn ramsgreave & wilpshire langho whalley clitheroe mill hill wigan (nw) darwen entwistle bromley cross hall 'ith wood bolton lostock chorley preston leyland bamber bridge lostock hall (new car park) burscough jct. burscough bridge horwich pkwy lancaster carnforth bentham hellifield skipton steeton & silsden settle mills hill castleton rochdale smithy bridge littleborough todmorden hebden bridge halifax huddersfield brighouse mirfield accrington rose grove burnley central burnley man. rd. brierfield nelson colne stockport navigation road altrincham hale knutsford wilmslow macclesfield manchester (vic) manchester (ox. rd.) manchester (picc) manchester airport stalybridge mossley marsden salford central deansgate salford crescent heald green ashton-u-lyne greenfield slaithwaite any other station xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx the above information is also available from the live departures section for all stations listed there return to rvr home page passengers between preston and blackpool urged to check before they travel as railway upgrade begins courtesy network rail work to electrify the railway between preston and blackpool will begin during october 2016 the upgrade, part of network rail's railway upgrade plan, will provide passengers with better, more reliable journeys and is part of a £1bn+ northern programmes investment to enable electric trains to operate on this line of route. passengers are being urged to plan their journeys and check before they travel as the work means changes to early morning and late evening services between preston and blackpool from 3 october 2016. these changes will be in place until may 2018 . in the mornings, bus replacement services will be in operation until the 05.39 train from blackpool (tuesday friday). in the evenings bus replacement services will be in operation after the 22.45 train from blackpool and the 22.19 train service from preston (monday thursday). from tuesday 4 october , a rail replacement service from blackpool north preston will be in place for the 05:21 blackpool north london euston service every tuesday friday until friday, 9 december 2016. the rail replacement service will depart from blackpool north at 04:57, calling at poulton-le-fylde and kirkham & wesham before arriving into preston at 05:52. the 06:00 service from preston will arrive into london euston at 08:34 the same time as the direct blackpool service is scheduled to arrive. the 16:33 london euston blackpool north service will operate as normal. blackpool north station courtesy network rail alison rowley, programme manager for network rail said: we are working closely with northern and virgin trains to minimise the disruption to passengers and raise awareness of these changes to morning and evening train services between preston and blackpool. there is never a good time to affect journeys but we have planned the work to affect the least amount of passengers for the shortest amount of time. this is essential work and i'd like to thank passengers in advance for their understanding. the upgrade and wider investment will result in a better and more reliable railway that will serve passengers for many decades to come and help boost the economy across the north of england. sharon keith, regional director for northern said: this essential upgrade of the route between preston and blackpool is key to help us develop better journeys for our customers. our advice is to remind customers to check before they travel and we'd like to thank customers in advance for their patience while we work together to improve services. phil bearpark, executive director of operations & projects at virgin trains on the west coast, said: from october 2016, network rail is carrying out work to upgrade the railway between blackpool and preston. virgin trains customers, who are travelling from blackpool to preston on the early morning service are advised to check for information on the national rail website when planning their journey. we have worked closely with network rail and industry partners to ensure alternative travel arrangements are in place and to keep disruption to a minimum, whilst work takes place. over the course of the upgrade until the electrified railway opens in may 2018, over seven miles of railway track will be replaced and improvements to the track layout and signalling equipment be made to increase the reliability of the railway in and out of blackpool. blackpool north and kirkham & wesham stations will be remodelled meaning that major platform work needs to take place. simplified track and platform layouts along the route will allow trains to run more efficiently, reducing delays and providing better passenger journeys. further closures on the route will be required in 2017, including a series of weekend closures early next year. more details around these closures will be communicated later in the year. return to rvr home p age on friday 27th february, the dft published the invitations to tender for the northern and transpennine express franchises which will start in april 2016 and which can be accessed by the link www.gov.uk/government/publications/northern-franchise-2015-invitation-to-tender rail north have produced an excellent briefing note highlighting the key points outlined in the document which is presented below: return to rvr h ome page return to rvr h ome page w halley v iaduct i mprovement w orks network rail is investing £1.6 million to carry out major strengthening and drainage work to whalley viaduct - an iconic structure that forms an integral part of the clitheroe to manchester' route in the heart of the ribble valley. this work forms part of its railway upgrade plan. what will this work involve? in total, 2,800 steel brackets, along with 16,800 anchors and fixings, will be used to carry out long-term strengthening work to the sides of the viaduct. we will also be installing 1.4km of handrails to create safer working conditions for our workforce as part of their ongoing maintenance work to keep east lancashire 's railways up and running. additionally at ground level, we will install 400m of drainage and 16 catch pits, including a flow control chamber. if the river levels rise, the flap valve within the chamber will shut, causing the drainage system to act as a holding tank for the water collected from the track. when will the work start? this new system will reduce the amount of water entering the river during periods of heavy rainfall. all this work will be completed without disruption to rail and freight services. the viaduct works will take place between 3 october 2016 through to the 31 march 2017 and will involve 24 hour working. the drainage improvements will start on the 10 october 2016 , monday to friday 07:00 16:00 , for approximately five weeks. keeping the local community informed the attached letter (click here to read) outlining out work has been issued to homes and businesses near to the viaduct. feel free to pass this information on to anyone else who may be interested in this work. please be assured we understand the inconvenience and disruption our work may cause. the type of equipment and machinery we use does mean some disturbance is unavoidable, but we will make every effort to minimise any unnecessary noise. safety is our priority and for this reason, work of this nature must be carried out while trains are not running. under our licence conditions, we are contractually obliged to work, whenever possible, at times that cause the least disruption to train services. unfortunately, this means carrying out a lot of our improvements during the night and at weekends. we will continue to keep you informed as the work progresses. feel free to get in touch if you require further information. kind regards, paul (paul street) public affairs manager london north western route mobile : 07734647241 return to rvr h ome page book may be ordered directly from the middleton press return to rvr h ome page to read northern's autumn 2017 customer report, click above return to rvr home page rvr cat members , who perform, or have performed, a useful function in the compilation of this website. xxxx xxxx moxy watson sparky haworth (in memoriam) jasper thorp return to rvr h ome page
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