Foxfield Light Railway Transport

Foxfield Light Railway
Caverswall Road Station, Caverswall Road, Blythe Bridge, Stoke-on-Trent
Stoke on Trent
ST11 9BG


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The Foxfield Light Railway is one of the UK?s earliest heritage railways. The line was built in the 1890?s and unlike many lines which follow valleys, the Foxfield Railway maintains a 5 mile round journey which boldly crosses open moorland, hills and woodland.

This results in spectacular sounds and sights as the locomotives climb the steepest gradients as trains steam through Scenic North Staffordshire to terminate in the remote woodland halt of Dilhorne Park which offers one of the finest un spoilt views across the open moorlands where very little modern life can be scene...

The railway is staffed by volunteers and trains operate every Sunday and Bank Holidays from Easter until Christmas. We will also be running summer mid week steam train on Wednesdays from 22nd July to 26th August. Special trains for groups can be arranged for other times and the railway is available to hire for corporate events.

Foxfield is situated between Blythe Bridge and Caverswall where the station has a spacious car park which are free all day to passengers, Please note there is no access to Dilhorne Park station by road.

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VenueFoxfield Light Railway
AddressCaverswall Road Station, Caverswall Road, Blythe Bridge, Stoke-on-Trent, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, ST11 9BG
Opening timesN/a
Entry costs
Attraction typeTransport

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