The railway line from Settle to Carlisle was built in the 1870s.
It is one of the World’s great railway journeys. On this site you can explore the
railway in an exciting new way.
Fly over the line from Settle to Blea Moor
Click on features to find out more about stations, signal boxes and other historic structures
Discover stories about people who lived and worked along the line
Explore an interactive 3D model of Ribblehead Viaduct
See historic sites such as the Navvy Camp and Helwith Bridge Quarry
Switch views from aerial photograph to the original railway plans
This project is part of Stories in Stone, a scheme of conservation and
community projects concentrated on the Ingleborough area. The scheme was
developed by the Ingleborough Dales Landscape Partnership, led by Yorkshire
Dales Millennium Trust, and supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. We
would also like to thank Friends of the Settle Carlisle Line and Network
Rail for their support. The project was developed by the Settle Carlisle
Railway Trust and Atlantic Geomatics Ltd in 2017.
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