Great Central Railway Nottingham Use stop: Rushcliffe Country Park – Green 10C (Sundays & Bank Holidays) or The Green – Navy 3, Green 10 (other days), with a short walk from The Green via Elms Park to the GCRN.
IMPORTANT NEWS 17th MARCH 2020:
GCRN Commercial Director Phil Stanway says: “In view of the rapidly developing Coronavirus pandemic and constantly changing official advice, we believe it would be irresponsible to expose our staff & visitors to unnecessary risk. Therefore it is with huge regret that we have taken the decision to cease all public facing operations from 5pm tomorrow (18th March) until the 1st of May.
“This decision has been extremely hard to make and will be subject to constant review with the aim of being able to reopen in time for the early May Bank Holiday. This is not only to protect the public but also to protect our volunteers, many of whom are in the “at risk” groups as defined by Public Health England.”
Information for when the centre reopens…
This is the current northern terminus of The Great Central Railway (Nottingham) and home to Ruddington’s heritage railway and transport museum. There’s a café and gift shop, plus miniature and model railways. At weekends and on Bank Holidays through the summer vintage steam and diesel trains take passengers along almost ten miles of the restored former Great Central Railway Main Line through the beautiful scenery of South Nottinghamshire and North-West Leicestershire.
Fares vary depending on the service and numbers and ages of passengers, but details can be found via http://www.gcrn.co.uk. There are numerous special transport related events throughout the year.