Spa Valley Railway Transport

Spa Valley Railway
Nevill Terrace
Tunbridge Wells


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The Spa Valley Railway runs for 3 miles through the picturesque Kentish Weald countryside between the town of Royal Tunbridge Wells and the village of Groombridge, stopping off in between at High Rocks.

Come and visit us and enjoy the delights of travelling behind a steam train, through Kent and Sussex.

Father's Day - 20th June

Trains to High Rocks and Groombridge at 1030, 1145, 1250, 1400, 1515, 1630

Treat your dad to a day out in the Kent and East Sussex Countryside on fathers day by travelling on our railway.

Dads can also learn to drive a diesel locomotive in the yard at Tunbridge Wells West. 'Kate' our award winning bar car will be available for Hot & Cold Drinks and light snacks on all trains.

Please note the Spa Valley Railway 2004 Timetable incorrectly states Fathers Day to be 13th June 2004. We apologise for any confusion caused.

Steam Gala - 3rd & 4th July


Special attractions of the weekend will include:

The long awaited return to service of TKh 'Spartan' following re-tubing.

4 Engines in steam including Peckett 'Fonmon' and Barclay 'Lady Ingrid'.

Double headed trains.

Non-Stop trains.

Hourly train service each day between 10:00 and 17:00 from Tunbridge Wells West.

Early morning goods train each day at 08:30.

Evening trains on the Saturday - departures at 18:00, 19:15, 20:30.

Award winning bar buffet car 'Kate' on all passenger trains serving Real Ale.

Miniature railway offering steam hauled rides.

Drive a Steam Engine at Tunbridge Wells on Sunday only.

Engine shed tours to view the current progress with all restoration projects.

Timetable of workings will be available nearer to the event.

(All subject to availability. The railway reserve the right to change times and motive power without prior notice)

Attraction Details

VenueSpa Valley Railway
AddressNevill Terrace, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 5QY
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Attraction typeTransport


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