Is there anything to do in Oxenholme?
The scenic area has miles of public footpaths and walking trails. Hill walking, mountain biking, climbing and horse riding can all be enjoyed.
How many platforms does Oxenholme station have?
Oxenholme Lake District railway station
|Oxenholme Lake District
|54.305°N 2.722°WCoordinates:54.305°N 2.722°W
|Avanti West Coast
Where do trains go to from Oxenholme?
An important junction on the West Coast Main Line, trains from Oxenholme Lake District frequently run to London, Glasgow, and Edinburgh, providing connections with the Windermere Branch. London-bound trains run every two hours, direct or via Birmingham, while trains to Scotland run every hour.
Where is Oxenholme in the Lake District?
Oxenholme is a village in England just south of the town of Kendal, with which it has begun to merge. It is best known for Oxenholme Lake District railway station on the West Coast Main Line. Because Oxenholme does not have its own church it is technically a hamlet.
How do I get from Oxenholme station to the Lake District?
There are 5 ways to get from Oxenholme to Lake District National Park by train, bus, taxi or car
- Take the train from Oxenholme Lake District to Penrith North Lakes.
- Take the bus from Penrith, Rail Station to Keswick, Bus Station.
- Take the line 78 bus from Keswick, Bus Station to Seatoller, National Trust car park.
Are there toilets at Oxenholme station?
There are female toilet facilities available. There are unisex accessible toilet facilities available.
Are trains running from Oxenholme to Windermere?
Yes, it is possible to travel from Oxenholme Lake District to Windermere without having to change trains. There are 31 direct trains from Oxenholme Lake District to Windermere each day.
Are trains running from Oxenholme to London?
Are there direct trains from Oxenholme Lake District to London? Yes, all our trains from Oxenholme Lake District to London are direct.
Do you need a car in the Lake District?
Can you visit the Lake District without a car? Absolutely! The Lake District is well connected to major towns and cities via rail and bus. There is direct train from Manchester to Windermere and the West Coast Mainline passes through Oxenholme Railstation.
Where is Oxenholme the Lake District Railway Station?
‘Oxenholme The Lake District’ railway station, located just outside Kendal, is a junction between the West Coast Main Line and the The lakes Line branch Line to Windermere station. The TransPennine Express service to Windermere stops at Kendal, Burneside, Staveley and Windermere.
How do I get to Oxenholme from Kendal?
A 10 minutes walk takes you into the village of Oxenholme. A local bus service runs frequently from outside the station into Kendal. A taxi rank is also situated on the station forecourt.
What to do in Oxenholme?
The Railway: Oxenholme Station | Car Parking | Engine Shed & Turntable | Goods Yard | Signal Boxes | Level Crossing & Bridge Today, Oxenholme is the only village on the main West Coast line with a station.
What is the predicted seat availability for Oxenholme?
The predicted seat availability feature is based on information we hold for the previous 21 days. We’re working hard to expand this information for all our services. The timetables for Oxenholme Lake District are displayed below, click on the Download Timetable link to view the PDF timetable for the route.