Keighley and Worth Valley Railway

About

Over the February Half-Term Holidays, we will run passenger services daily with a mixture of steam engines and heritage diesels. Bring the whole family along (even the dog is welcome!) for an adventure through the Worth Valley and beyond.

You can turn up on the day and purchase your tickets (or pre-book online).

You'll find there’s plenty to keep you busy at the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, whatever the weather. With five miles of heritage railway to journey along and six individual stations, full of character, on rain Buffet Car, selling real ale, drinks, snacks & confectionary. Experience the sound & smell of a steam railway.

 

The Exhibition Shed is displaying vintage coaches and historic engines. The Carriage Works Museum is one of the finest collections of restored railway carriages and the Engine Shed is full of exhibits and memorabilia of how railways used to be.

Gift shops at Haworth & Oxenhope

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Guide Prices

Tickets -
£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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Map & Directions

Half Term Happiness

Type:Railway Event

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

Opening Times

Season (11 Feb 2023 - 19 Feb 2023)
Monday - SundayOpen
Bank HolidayOpen

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