Keighley and Worth Valley Railway


Afternoon tea’ refers to a quintessentially British tradition established by Anna, the Duchess of Bedford, in the 19th century. When first introduced, the practice of sitting down for afternoon tea wasn’t seen as a treat. In fact, it had a very practical purpose – to fill the gap between lunch and dinner.

The tradition of Afternoon Tea dates back more than 200 years, to a time before steam-powered train travel was not even invented. Now that the steam age has been and gone, both are celebrated on the Keighley & Worth Valley!

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£20.00 - Day Rover for 1 adult aged 16+
£17.00 - Day Rover for 1 concession
£10.00 - Day Rover for 1 child aged 5 -15
£25.00 - Day Rover for 1 adult or concession + 1 child travelling together
£50.00 - Day Rover for 2 adults or concessions + up to 3 children travelling together
Free - Children aged four years or younger

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Afternoon Tea

Type:Railway Event

Haworth Station, Haworth, West Yorkshire, BD22 8NJ
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Tel01535 645214

Opening Times

Season (19 Mar 2023)
Season (9 Apr 2023 - 10 Apr 2023)
Sunday - MondayOpen
Season (4 June 2023 - 18 June 2023)

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Keighley and Worth Valley RailwayKeighley and Worth Valley Railway, HaworthThe Keighley & Worth Valley Railway is a heritage railway that was reopened in 1968 and runs from Keighley to Oxenhope through beautiful Brontë country. Board our steam train and enjoy the sound of the engine climbing the steep sides of the valley, while great clouds of steam and smoke add drama to…

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