CRL - Community Rail Lancashire

Guided Walks

Community Rail Lancashire in partnership with the Lancashire Rail Ramblers, Friends of Dales Rail and the Friends of the Settle Carlisle Line arrange a number of guided walks through out the year. These start and end at stations on community rail lines including the Settle to Carlisle line.

Following the changes to the restrictions as we ease out of the Covid19 pandemic Community Rail Lancashire and the Lancashire Rail Ramblers have decided to reintroduce the guided walks that start on stations in the East Lancashire area. A short six walk programme has been published and details can be found below.

Community Rail Lancashire Guided Walks Autumn 2021

The Lancashire Rail Ramblers also have an additional programme of walks accessed by train and the programme can be downloaded by clicking the link below.

Community Rail Lancashire Guided Walks (Autumn 2021)

Train times in the above leaflet are correct at time of publication. For details of train times from your local station to join our walks see the relevant Northern timetables.

Timetable 9 covers York, Leeds & Colne to Preston & Blackpool.
Timetable 12 covers Manchester to Blackburn & Clitheroe (direct).
Timetable 36 covers Manchester to Blackburn via the Todmorden Curve.
Timetables are available to download online from crl.org.uk/, northernrailway.co.uk/ and nationalrail.co.uk.

The following stations are request stops: Burnley Barracks, Entwistle, Hapton and Pleasington – speak to the conductor if you wish to alight at these stations.

Walks arranged with the cooperation of Lancashire Rail Ramblers railramblers.wordpress.com

This programme prepared by John G. Barnes, email: johnbarnes147@btinternet.com

Lancashire Rail Rambler Guided Walks Autumn 2021

There is also a new programme of monthly Rail Ramblers walks available and the programme can be downloaded on this link: Rail Rambler Walks

Any prospective walkers should make themselves familiar with the Countryside Code which can be downloaded by clicking HERE. The Countryside Code gives common sense advice to help everybody respect, protect and enjoy the countryside. It is also there to support local communities who live and work in the countryside.

Five simple messages summarise the Code:

1. Be safe – plan ahead and follow any signs
2. Leave gates and property as you find them
3. Protect plants and animals and take your litter home
4. Keeps dogs under close control
5. Consider other people

The Code applies to all parts of the countryside in England.