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Kingsley and Froghall Station,
The Churnet Valley Railway takes you on a journey back to the classic days of railway travel on a rural line that passes through beautiful countryside known as Staffordshire's "Little Switzerland".
Our picturesque stations offer lots of interest with a complete range of visitor facilities, and there's plenty more to see and enjoy along the way.
In addition to the 11 mile return journey along the valley, there's a taste of contrasting moorland scenery on the 9 mile round trip along the Cauldon Lowe branch as far as Ipstones loop.
Cheddleton, Consall, Froghall, Consall, Cheddleton
Return journey approx 1hr 20mins
All Day Travel Rover Tickets: Adults: £12.00, Concessions: £10.00, Child: (4 -14) £6.00, Child: (Under 4) Free, Family: (2 Adults + up to 2 Children) OR (2 Adults + 1 Senior) £30.00, Dogs/Cycles: £1.50
First Class: £2.00 supplement per person
One carer can travel free of charge with one fare paying disabled person.
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The Churnet Valley railway is accessible from either Cheddleton or Kingsley & Froghall station. Cheddleton is 3 miles south of Leek or 3 miles north of Cellarhead along the A520. Froghall is situated on the A52, Stoke to Ashbourne road. Follow the brown and white tourist signs for either the railway or Alton Towers.
: 12 km from Stoke-on-Trent station