For other railways with this name, see Derwent Valley Railway disambiguation. For information on train times and fares on all these routes, you can call National Rail Enquiries onor visit their website at www. Peak Rail. During the period from to trains would run through Derby from the Derwent Valley line to Sinfin. While the railway workers have largely disappeared, at the beginning of the 21st century, there is renewed public interest in rail, and Derbyshire County Councilamong others, is keen to reduce traffic congestion on the A6 and in the Peak National Park. Services are approximately hourly Monday to Saturday with a two-hourly service on Sundays. Planning Agents' Forum Planning appeals Planning committees Publicity and consultation Planning contacts Planning enforcement Request a planning document or search. Affordable housing Conversion of farm buildings Developer contributions Landscape character and design Matlock Shopfronts and commercial properties. This article is about a railway line in Derbyshire.
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The Derwent Valley Line Community Rail Partnership consists of local authorities, transport operators and a number of other local organisations. The partnership is funded by us along with Amber Valley Borough Council, Derbyshire Dales District Council, Peak District National Park. From walking trails to historic mills, discover what to expect on the Derwent Valley Line Community Rail Partnership (CRP).
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The Derwent Valley line is a railway line from Derby to Matlock in Derbyshire. The line follows as the Derwent Valley Rural Transport Partnership and the Friends of the Derwent Valley, has encouraged the interest of railway companies.
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Getting here by train The cities neighbouring the Peak District all have regular intercity rail services from destinations across the country. Further advice Landlord accreditation.
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Denby branch. Getting here by plane If you're coming to the Peak District from further afield, there are two convenient international airports locally: From Manchester Airport a regular rail service runs to Manchester city centre, from where you can connect by rail into the Peak District. It was designated by the Department for Transport as a community rail service in July and fully designated as a community rail line in September The Meridians are not yet cleared to work on the branch.
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