The Nene Valley Railway (NVR) is a preserved railway in Cambridgeshire, England, running between Peterborough Nene Valley and Yarwell Junction. The line is 7.5 miles in length. There are stations at each terminus, and three stops en route including Orton Mere, Ferry Meadows and Wansford.
Your journey can start and end at any of our stations - most people choose to begin their day at our Wansford Station at Stibbington or at Peterborough Station adjacent to Railworld Wildlife Haven - however, you can also join the train at any of our other stations; Orton Mere, Overton (For Ferry Meadows) or Yarwell.
Tickets can be pre-purchased from the web site or purchased on the day at our stations or from one of our TTI's (Travelling Ticket Inspectors). (Please note that some Special Events may require pre-purchased tickets only).
Disabled Facilities: Full access is provided to most locations for disabled persons and most trains have a specially adapted carriage. Disabled toilet facilities are available at Wansford.
Please note that our Swedish Railcar is unable to facilitate wheelchairs. This is due to the style of the railcar which sees her access doors sitting lower than the platform and ramps unable to be fitted. We can assist with boarding and alighting for those able to step down and and up as needed.
It helps if we know that you are coming.
Check our calender for timetables and tickets - all tickets are Rover Tickets (unless otherwise specified) - allowing you to spend the day exploring our railway. Unless specified - on the day tickets may be purchased but please check our calendar for updates and Special Events.