RIBBLEHEAD Station Café and Visitor Centre reopened on Friday, April 1 for another summer season in the heart of the Craven Dales and will be open daily from 10am for rail visitors, those walking in the area or those simply enjoying a day out among breathtaking scenery.

Opened in 2017 after an extensive refurbishment, Ribblehead Station Coffee Shop and Visitor Centre is in an idyllic setting like no other.

With 360° panoramic views of the Yorkshire Three Peaks and the iconic Ribblehead Viaduct just a short walk away, it’s the perfect stop-off point for visitors and locals in need of a refreshing drink and a bite to eat.

John Moorhouse, chairman of the Settle-Carlisle Railway Development Company said, “We’re looking forward to welcoming visitors to come and see the displays in the visitor centre and sample our speciality coffees and tasty, locally-made snacks.”

The café is run by the Settle-Carlisle Railway Development Company and the Settle-Carlisle Trust, with local volunteers from the Friends of Settle-Carlisle Line (FoSCL) and is open daily until October.