Type: Preserved Railway
(Ecclesbourne Valley Railway)
Opened: 2005
Platforms: 1
Ravenstor is the Northernmost point of the Ecclesbourne Valley Railway, being the terminus of a half mile long branch line from Wirksworth. The line originally served local quarries and was not used for passenger services until Ravenstor was opened in 2005 by the EVR.

The line is rather steep, being a 1 in 27 incline! Ravenstor was built at the base of another incline which linked up to the now closed Cromford & High Peak Railway but is now the home of the National Stone Centre.

Ravenstor is a very basic station, just being a platform and a few signs. The line to Ravenstor is operated on weekends and special events and often has steam haulage.
Steam hauled brake van ride at Ravenstor

End of the line

Class 101 at Ravenstor

Brake vans at the Southern terminus of the Cromford & High Peak Railway near Cromford