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Yarwell Station is the westernmost Station on the Nene Valley Railway and sits at the edge of the picturesque Northamptonshire countryside adjacent to a tranquil lake.
From here it is easy to take a pleasant walk into the nearby villages of Yarwell and Nassington. Both villages are approximately 25 minutes from Yarwell Station. In Nassington you can stop for refreshments at the Black Horse or Queens Head public houses and in Yarwell, the Angel. On some summer Sundays, there are also cakes and tea on sale in Yarwell Village Hall.
Wansford station is the headquarters of the Nene Valley Railway. The station brings together three forms of transport in one location, with the River Nene being separated from the railway by the "Old Great North Road". Facilities at Wansford include, Toilets with disabled and baby changing facilities, Turntable Café, Shop, Garden and Model Railway, Second hand book shop and Museum , Locomotive works viewing gallery and Children’s playground
Ferry Meadows Station is the gateway to Ferry Meadows Country Park, run by Nene Park Trust. Only a few minutes from the entrance of the Country Park, visitors can enjoy our visitor centre, children's activity areas and a miniature railway, as well as walks in our meadows, lakes and woods. Light refreshments are available at the station
Orton Mere Station is an ideal point to either join the train or stop off at whilst travelling. Stop off here for Riverside walks our station provides light refreshments, Free car parking can be found here
Peterborough Nene Valley Station is the eastern terminus of the Nene Valley Railway, and our gateway to the city centre. The area surrounding the station was once the site of the London and North Western Railway's Woodston Locomotive Works. Today it is the gateway to the historic city with its large 12th century Norman Cathedral, old-fashioned arcades, bustling streets and modern malls. Behind the station, Railworld offers old and new exhibits as well as information about railways all over the world. Its theme of sustainable transport spells out the need to cut global emissions of CO2 and explains how this is being achieved today. A separate admission charge is payable on entering.
Directions for all stations can be found here.