|Type:||National Rail (Derwent Valley Line)
& Preserved Railway (Peak Rail)
The former Station Master's house is a Grade II listed building. The line North of Matlock was closed in 1968. Peak Rail began reopening part of the closed line in 1991 and in 2011 returned to Matlock itself.
National Rail use Platform 1 (where the main buildings are) and Peak Rail use Platform 2. Interchange between the 2 platforms requires going via a bridge and an access route to an adjacent supermarket. East Midland Trains run services from Matlock to Nottingham and Newark Castle via Derby.
|A pair of EMT Class 153s approach|
|Main station building|
|A Peak Rail steam locomotive on the preserved platform|
|Class 14 about to depart for Rowsley South|
|Shelter on the Peak Rail platform|
|EMT 158 852 stands at the NR platform|