Yorkshire is a very popular place for Harry Potter fans.
A number of memorable scenes were filmed in Goathland and the Yorkshire Dales and places like York have become synonymous with the franchise.
Now, fans of the wizarding movies have another reason to take a trip to visit the land of God, as you can take a trip in the cars used in the scenes where young students are heading to Hogwarts.
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Trips in the crimson coaches along the Settle to Carlisle line are currently available for booking through West Coast Railways.
Pendle Dalesman Journeys take a scenic route along the line and are transported by a heritage steam train.
The cars have been restored to their former glory and passengers can experience what it could be like as a young witch or wizard as you travel through the beautiful North Yorkshire countryside.
In addition to the cars used for filming, there will also be “cars served throughout the golden age of rail”.
The line crosses North Yorkshire on an always preferred trip on the Settle and Carlisle Railway.
You can enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Yorkshire Dales as the train passes through Settle and over the famous Ribblehead Viaduct.
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From there, the train enters the Blea Moor tunnel – the longest on the line – then along Dentdale through the line’s highest station, Dent.
The stunning scenery continues north to the gentler landscape of the Eden Valley, the Eden Gorge before ending at the border town of Carlisle.
Passengers will be offered around a few hours for a break where they can explore the city.
After the break, the route brings passengers back along the Settle to Carlisle line for the last part of the trip.
The Settle to Carlisle line was first opened to passengers in 1876 and consists of 20 viaducts, 14 tunnels, with the track stretching 72 miles.
There are three trips left in 2021 – August 17 and 31 and September 21. Departure stations include Lancaster, Preston, Blackburn, Clitheroe and Long Preston.
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