Mytholmroyd is a beautiful part of West Yorkshire – rural, but yet the highest industrial area due to the built village on the largest flat land area in the upper Calder valley. There are about 5,000 residents; it was part of the textile industry – with mills all built along the valley bottom close to the river and the canal and road transport system. The birthplace of Poet Laureate, Ted Hughes; much of his poetry reflects the local landscape.
The East Suffolk Lines Community Rail Partnership promotes use of the two railways which link the County Town of Ipswich with Felixstowe to the east and Lowestoft to the north.
Running through some of the countries most picturesque scenery, the line north passes through the historic market towns of Woodbridge, Saxmundham, Halesworth and Beccles before ending at Britain’s most easterly town, Lowestoft.
Essex & South Suffolk Community Rail Partnership are excited to be involved in the Queens 90 th Birthday Celebration, Community Rail are always keen to be at the heart of the community, and to be able to celebrate at Burnham Station House the new refurbished station and community hub is very special.
Lancashire is a county of contrasts. Explore the delightful coastal areas of the Fylde and Morecambe Bay with dramatic views across to the Lakes; the historic towns and cities such as Lancaster and Ormskirk and discover the quiet countryside of the Ribble Valley and Pendleside dominated by Pendle Hill.
The Sussex Community Rail Partnership is working to connect people and the railway through positive community action, projects included education, volunteering, artwork, gardening, events and more.
The 55 miles of railway line between Newcastle and Carlisle, were Britain’s first coast to coast railway line.
The Tyne Valley Community Rail Partnership promotes and strengthens the services between these two great cities of Newcastle and Carlisle and the intermediate 14 stations.