Keighley and Worth Valley Railway Transport
Journey back in time on one of Britain's finest heritage railways. Travelling through the countryside in period coaches hauled by a restored steam engine is a treat in itself, but then there's so much else to enjoy. There is the Museum of Rail Travel as well as six delighful stations; gas lighting; real fires; and a fleet of steam locomotives to see.
The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway is a delightfully restored 5-mile branch line which joins the national railway network at Keighley in West Yorkshire, north east of England and runs up the Worth Valley to Haworth and Oxenhope.
Steam train services operate every weekend throughout the year and daily in summer. There are six superbly restored gas-lit stations, a fleet of steam locomotives and historic carriages, a Museum of Rail Travel at Ingrow, buffets at Keighley and Oxenhope - and even a CAMRA real ale bar on many trains. There are picnic areas at Keighley, Haworth and Oxenhope and many more quality facilities for visitors.
The KWVR and the station at Oakworth were used as the location for the classic 1970 film The Railway Children. Be sure to stop off or look out at this delightful Edwardian gas-lit station.
Whether you're travelling on the KWVR as a convenient rail link between the National Rail network at Keighley and on to Haworth and Oxenhope or as an enjoyable trip to the past on the country's last remaining complete branch line railway, we hope you enjoy your time at the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway.
AddressHaworth Station, Keighley, Yorkshire, BD22 8NJ
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