2011 seen on the train in 2011 © South Lakes Wild Animal Park

 

 

 

 

 

Safari Railway 7 ¼ inch 

The Safari Railway first opened in 1995, and is a basic end to end line running through part of South Lakes Wild Animal Park. Trains are push and pulled, running from a station, over a high wooden viaduct to enable easy viewing of animal enclosures, terminating at the locomotive shed.

Address: South Lakes Wild Animal Park, Dalton-in-Furness, Cumbria, LA15 8JR
Telephone: 01229 466086
Operator: South Lakes Wild Animal Park Ltd

Line Length: 200 yards, End to End
First opened: 1995

Website: Safari Railway Website

Park Entry Fee
Locomotives

No
Name
Type
Builder
Built
Gillaura
0-4-0ST+T
A.Hall
1981
2011
 
4w-4wDH
Engineers Emporium
2011

 

 

 

Opening Times: Daily from Easter to end of October


Fares: Adults £11.50, Children £8.00 (Site Entry Fee) Train 50p for all.

 

SR Page was last updated on the 16th June 2010 with fares updated.

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