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Trains to Edale

Trains to Edale travel on one of the most scenic lines in England: the Hope Valley Line, which passes through the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District. Connecting to Sheffield in the east and Manchester in the west, it sees plenty of commuter traffic but is also a favourite with tourists and hikers. Edale itself is a charming village full of stone-built cottages, all circled by famous hills: Kinder Scout, Mam Tor, Win Hill, Lose Hill. The village is also the southern end of the Pennine Way. Turn left out of the car park to reach Edale, passing the Moorland Centre, one of the Peak District's main visitor centres. After half a mile, you'll reach a small square with a church, school, cafe and one of the village's two pubs. The other, The Rambler Inn, is next to the station, and is the endpoint of the famous Folk Train, a monthly mobile concert that departs from Sheffield.

Edale is small and completely unstaffed. There's direct access to platform 1 (towards Manchester) from the car park, and you can access platform 2 via a footpath and subway by the cafe on the car-park access road. There's also a path to platform 2 (towards Sheffield) on the main road, just past the railway bridge. The whole station is step-free. If you're cycling, you'll find a rack in the car park.
Trains to Edale

Station Road, Edale, Derbyshire, S33 7ZN
DayOpening Hours
EverydayClosed
23:01

Edale

East Midlands Trains

2

On time

23:21

Edale

Northern

1

On time

23:01

Nottingham

East Midlands Trains

2

On time

23:22

Manchester Piccadilly

Northern

1

On time