Step on board the world famous “Children’s Railway” – the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, based in Haworth (Bronte Country), West Yorkshire, famous for the world-wide known film: “The Railway Children”.
Children travel FREE all summer long (June, July and August 2013)
Vintage Trains running on selected Sundays – Cream Teas available
Historic luxurious wooden carriages from the Victorian era (some used in “The Railway Children” film)
A fleet of over 30 locomotives to see at KVWR (some in service, some under restoration and others out of service at this time)
The Haworth Haddock – steam-hauled Fish & Chip Specials (running regularly on Saturday evenings the year, with bar facilities for soft and alcoholic drinks)
Railway Shop – offering great prices on Hornby, Bachmann and Farish models and lots more
Picnic Area and Viewing Gallery overlooking the locomotive works at Haworth (see locomotives being prepared for service or being restored)
Stop at Haworth, famous for its Bronte connections, and Oakworth, location of the well-known and popular film, “The Railway Children” in 1970, both of which have been magnets for visitors ever since.
CHILDREN RIDE FOR FREE throughout the summer of (June, July and August 2013). Adult tickets can be bought either on the train or at any of the KWVR stations.
Our lovely vintage trains will be in operation on selected Sundays during the summer months and we’ll be running the steam locomotives, with coaches that date back to Queen Victoria’s reign and they’ll be offering Cream Teas. Sit back and enjoy the ambience of the luxurious, wealthy Victorian era with its fine, historic wooden carriages. Some of these carriages, hauled by a period locomotive of the day, actually featured in “The Railway Children” film. The trains will be hauled by the famous LNWR Coal Tanker (look out for its number – 1054), subject to availability.
For timetables and prices please visit the website
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