The Culdee Fell Mountain Railway

Culdee Fell Rack Railway

Culdee Fell Rack Railway

A Little About the Culdee Fell Rack Railway

The Culdee Fell Rack Railway remains a unique example of Sudrian engineering, and is one of only two Rack Railways within the British Isles.  Opened in 1900, it has been a major tourist attraction on the Island of Sodor since, and given visitors a chance to view the spectacular scenery from the island’s tallest mountain via a steam locomotive.

 

In more recent times, the railway has acquired new Diesel traction to reduce it’s running costs, and now runs these engines at off-peak times as well.

Read More About The Culdee Fell Rack Railway

Click the link above to read more about the history of the Culdee Fell Rack Railway, from conception to present day.
 

Click the link above to find out more about the engines on the Culdee Fell Rack Railway, their individual histories prior to arriving there.