The Churnet Valley Railway

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7821 'Ditcheat Manor' in Consall Station

The Churnet Valley Railway runs steam and historic diesel trains between Leekbrook Junction and Froghall. It is a remnant of the North Staffordshire Railway, built through the valley in the 1840s. Currently, it has stations at Cheddleton, Consall and Froghall but it will, eventually, extend to Alton, Oakamoor and Leek. It also connects with and sometimes runs on Moorland & City Railways' Stoke and Cauldon Lowe Branches.

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Photo Collections

Steam Gallery Steam Gallery (Upd 08/14)
This gallery contains an assortment of the permanent and loaned steam engines that have run on the C.V.R. in recent times.

Diesel Gallery Diesel Gallery
The C.V.R. has also run an assortment of permanent and loaned diesels.

Structures Gallery Structures and Stations
This gallery contains an assortment of the quirky restorations and survivors from the old North Staffordshire Railway.


The official railway website is at www.churnet-valley-railway.co.uk