AboutWe operate tourist passenger services on a 9 mile route between Wirksworth and Duffield using Diesel Multiple Units, the longest heritage railway in the Peak District. We run from the Midland Main Line at Duffield providing a service which connects with the national rail network. Heritage trains operate every Saturday throughout the year and on Sundays and some weekdays in the summer. Wirksworth station is open for viewing every day except Mondays from 9.30am to 5.00pm and there is ample parking, with the buffet being open on days where trains are operating.
Visitor facilities, buffet and a small museum.
Adults £13.00, Children £6.50, Concessions £12.00 (Day Rover Tickets)
Family Return 2+3 £33.00
- Visit Britain We're Good to Go 2020
- Disabled toilets
- On-site catering
- Children welcome
- Facilities for educational visits
- Facilities for groups
- Gift shop
* Please check our website for opening updates
The signal has gone green for us to re-open and heritage trains will be running between Wirksworth and Duffield once again from 25th July 2020. We have made changes to our timetable and ticketing arrangements to help us 'bounce back' and keep you safe during your Escape to the Countryside. Please see our website for visiting information which will be reviewed on a regular basis to allow us to continually assess whether we can return to our normal arrangements.
Map & Directions
From Carsington Water take B5035 to Wirksworth Market Place. From Cromford take B5036 to Wirksworth Market Place. Station on Coldwell Street.
Bus 6.1 From Derby or Bakewell
Accessible by Public Transport: Cromford station is 2 miles away.
This information is self-assessed; therefore we accept no liability for its accuracy. Please contact the venue for further information.