Steam Train Days Out
Rudyard Lake, Staffordshire
Rudyard Lake Steam Railway
Find out more about our Birthday Party Express venue for kids and our special trains for hire
Find out more on our Santa Special Steam Train experience, a unique steam train treat at The Lake
From the A523 Macclesfield Road take the B5331 signposted Rudyard and then turn left just after the railway bridge.
From the A53 take Dunwood Lane (signposted Rudyard) and after approx 2 miles continue through the village and down the hill to the railway bridge, turning right just before it.
Rudyard Station, Rudyard Road, Rudyard, Leek, Staffs ST13 8PF
Station telephone 01538 306704
About The Railway
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Located at Rudyard Station in the North Staffordshire Peak District, we offer a great family day out alongside Rudyard Lake
The railway uses coal fired steam engines on most of its trains and is located not far from Alton Towers and the borders of Cheshire and Derbyshire. Our railway is 10.25 inch gauge which is equivalent to half size Narrow Gauge. The trains run whatever the weather and all are covered coaches. New for 2016 is the incorporation of the Isle of Mull Railway engines Frances, Victoria and Glen Auldyn into the fleet.
Find out more about our programme of special events in 2016 including our Diesel and Steam Galas
Great Food @ Rudyard
Open every running day from 10am
Drive A Steam Train Experience Day - an ideal present or gift
Diesel Days also available
Platform 2 Cafe
Drive a Train
We are a member of Britain's Great Little Railways - click the logo to find out more about the other great railways in the UK
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We are now closed for the rest of 2016 and into early 2017 for some major construction work on our engine shed. Please check back for updates on our progress and for our 2017 running information and timetable.
Thankyou to all our visitors in 2016 and we look forward to welcoming you back to a new and improved railway in 2017.