Robin Hood Line CRP

The Robin Hood Line is a CRP which runs from Worksop to Nottingham with 13 stations in total cutting through various parish, district, county and city wards.

The line is rich in heritage with an abundance of nature, historical and leisure attractions within easy reach of the 13 stations.

Must-sees and dos

Newstead Abbey

Great place to visit and explore the heritage of the Byron family. Set in beautiful grounds, including a range of garden designs plus magnificent lakes.

Creswell Crags

Archaeological place to explore caves, take advantage of a 15% discount off coffee shop and free museum when you travel by train. You will need to show your travel ticket on arrival and Creswell Crags Rail Discovery Trail booklet (collect from local shop SPAR, next to Creswell Station).

Mansfield Museum

Mansfield Museum is a unique and educational destination that offers visitors a chance to explore the rich history and culture of the town.

School and college trips along the Robin Hood Line

The Robin Hood Line offers fantastic opportunities for school and college trips. Get discounted group rates when you travel by train and visit along RHL a beautiful destinations. Creswell Crags is an inspiring choice for education visit. Walk to Creswell Crags is not boring anymore. Just grab a Creswell Crags Rail Discovery Trail booklet and explore a fossil object before reach museum. Willow tree Farm is just next to Shirebrook Station to have an absolutely experience with Alpaca.

Get involved

The Community Rail Partnership bring together local communities and groups to deliver a wide range of rail activities such a gardening, art project, school events, rail safety and trips by train and much more. Take a look at their annual report to see what has been achieved over the last year. Want to involve being a Station Adopter? You can find more details there - becoming a station adopter.

Travel on the Robin Hood Line

We run regional services hourly between Nottingham and Worksop.