The Northampton & Lamport Railway is a standard gauge heritage railway in Northamptonshire, England. It is based at Pitsford and Brampton station, near the villages of Pitsford and Chapel Brampton, roughly 5 miles (8.0 km) north of Northampton.
The line between Northampton and Market Harborough was finally closed (by British Rail) on 16 August 1981, the intermediate stations on the route having been closed for many years.
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mark turner | Jun 17, 2018
Great place with lovely staff. It's well worth a visit.
LynneT1nT1n | Jun 28, 2018
Charming little station. Great to see restoration on this historic site.
William Johnston | Apr 22, 2018
Start your walk from Brampton Halt (after a lovely meal) walk along the old railway line past the station. Lovely setting, quaint railway.
Sarah Toseland | Feb 7, 2018
Still as good as when we went with the boys when they were younger. Staff very friendly and helpful. Good to see our local steam preservation team have kept the place going. 10/10 to everyone concerned!
Mike Chandler | May 20, 2018
A step back into 1930s era travel. Needs supporr to help pay for upkeep. All volunteers who donate their passion to keep it going.
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