Welcome to Stainmore Railway Company's on-line shop through which we show-case items available from our station shop that you can purchase for home delivery. You can also opt to collect your purchases directly from our station shop at weekends between 10am and 3-30pm by prior arrangement.
Stainmore Railway Company (SRC) is a not for profit company established in 2000 based at Kirkby Stephen East Station in Cumbria. The station opened to passenger traffic in 1862 by the South Durham and Lancashire Union Railway (operated by the Stockton & Darlington Railway). Over the next 100 years the line was operated by a variety of railway companies including the North Eastern Railway and London Midland Region. The line was famous for its iconic viaducts designed by Thomas Bouch including Belah Viaduct near Stainmore Summit. The line closed to passengers in 1962 and subsequently became a bobbin factory and in the 1990s it was purchased in a derelict state by Stainmore Properties Limited. SRC is a volunteer run organisation who have worked to restore the station and establish a railway heritage site including operational steam and diesel locomotives. Please see our websites: www.kirkbystepheneast.co.uk and www.stainmore150.co.uk for more details about the work of SRC and the history of the line.
All profits from this website are used to fund the work of SRC at Kirkby Stephen East Station.
Stainmore Railway Company Limited Registered in England No: 3959471