The Bentham Line
A Dementia-Friendly Railway
One of the earliest in Britain, the Bentham Line is making modern-day history as the first railway to actively support the journeys of people living with dementia. The 75-mile route travels through the heart of West Yorkshire into Lancashire passing through the Aire, Ribble, Wenning and Lune valleys.
It’s an inspiring journey against a backdrop of the Dales, the Yorkshire Three Peaks, and the Forest of Bowland with Morecambe Bay and its stunning seascapes on arrival.