Ravenglass and Eskdale Steam Railway All Stations Pass
- Travel through the hills on England’s longest narrow gauge, heritage railway through the heart of the Lake District
- Enjoy the scenery of the Eskdale Valley as you travel from the coastline to the foot of the Scafell mountains
- Hop on and off at one of the seven stops and take advantage of the walking and cycling routes across the park
- Save more time and money with the 24-hour pass and enjoy unlimited travel on the railway
What to expect
Travel the full seven miles of the scenic countryside inside the Lake District National Park, and discover centuries of engineering heritage, aboard the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway. Initially built in 1875 to serve the mines of Eskdale, the railway provides locals and tourists alike a unique opportunity to take a step back in time. It is popularly known as La'al Ratty (Little Railway). With your 24-hour all stations pass, traverse the park from the coast to England's highest mountains, the Scafells. Hop on and off all day and enjoy the panoramic views over the Lake District's ancient woodland and rolling hillsides. Try stopping by Muncaster, which has a castle where you can handle birds of prey in the Hawk and Owl Centre and explore the impressive grounds. Connect to the many other walking routes and places of interest along the way!