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Steam Railway, £6


Pitsford & Brampton Station,
Pitsford Road,
Chaple Brampton,


This in itself would open up more of the countryside for railway travel by providing a link between the lines from Rugby to Stamford, and Blisworth to Peterborough. Designed and built by George R Stevenson, the Northampton to Market Harborough line was opened in 1859.

Coach parties acceptedFacilities for groupsFacilities for educational visitsAccepts groups

Children welcome

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Joint Retired £10.00


  • Coach parties acceptedCoach parties accepted
  • Facilities for groupsFacilities for groups
  • Facilities for educational visitsFacilities for educational visits
  • Accepts groupsAccepts groups
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome


See location of Northampton and Lamport Railway on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: SP 731662  Lat: 52.28908 Long: -0.92969

Pitsford & Brampton station is situated along the Pitsford Road, between Chapel Brampton and Pitsford, approximately 5 miles north of Northampton.

Heading North-West out of Northampton on the A5199 (formerly A50) (Welford Road) turn right at the sign posted turning in the middle of the village of Chapel Brampton, just after the Spencer Arms public house.

If you leave Northampton heading North on the A508 turn left just before the turning to Pitsford.

From the A14 eastbound, leave at the A5199 exit and turn right towards Northampton. In Chapel Brampton (approx 8 miles) turn left into Pitsford Road.

From the A14 westbound, leave at the A508 exit and head towards Northampton. At Pitsford crossroads (approx 7 miles) turn right towards Chapel Brampton.

From the M1 southbound, leave at Junction 19 and head east on the A14, then follow the direction for A14 eastbound.

From the M1 northbound, at Junction 16. Follow signs for Northampton. Once in Northampton follow signs for Market Harborough (A508). The railway is located approximately 5 miles north on the town. Turn left towards Chapel Brampton at Pitsford crossroads.