Railway Links

Aln Valley Railway

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The Aln Valley Railway is a relative junior in the heritage railway movement, having only opened in 2012. Constructed and run by volunteers, it aims to recreate the rail link between Alnwick and the East Coast mainline at Alnmouth.

Check timetables, book tickets & read about the line on the website!

Appleby Frodingham Railway

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The railway operates entirely within the grounds of British Steel Scunthorpe over tracks usually used for moving molten iron, steel & raw materials.

Visit their website for more details on tickets, timetables and the story of the line

Avon Valley Railway

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"The Avon Valley Railway is a charity dedicated to restoring steam to the Avon Valley. We’ve been operating since the first dedicated volunteers started restoring the line back in the 1970s. Today, some forty years on, three miles of track has been re-laid, locomotive and carriages restored, and the sound of steam can once again be heard along the Avon Valley."

Visit their website for more information about the railway, timetable information and ticket details

Barrow Hill Roundhouse

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Barrow Hill Roundhouse is the last surviving railway roundhouse in the United Kingdom with an operational turntable.

Built in 1870, it was threatened with demolition in 1991 when the site was closed by British Rail. It was saved by a group of dedicated volunteers who have transformed it into a unique railway museum and events venue.

As well as the turntable and shear legs (lifting gear), it has a changing display of steam and diesel locomotives and other rolling stock, an operational signal box, the Roundhouse Halt platform and Springwell Branch running line. Interpretative displays using items from the Museum’s own collection bring the fascinating story of the Roundhouse and the surrounding area vividly to life.

Visit their website for more details on the history and to find out more about the many events held here

Battlefield Line Railway

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The Battlefield Line is the last remaining part of the former Ashby and Nuneaton Joint Railway which was opened in 1873. It runs from Shackerstone via Market Bosworth to Shenton in Leicestershire and is operated by the Shackerstone Railway Society.

Visit their website for more details

Bluebell Railway

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One of the first railway lines to run passenger trains in preservation, the Bluebell Railway offers 11 miles of running lines through the Sussex countryside.

For more information on tickets, timetables and the history of the line check out the website

Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway

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Find out everything you need to know for a wonderful day out for all the family on this offical Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway website. Soak up the atmosphere of this heritage railway and explore Scotland’s largest railway museum situated on the Firth of Forth close to Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Check timetables, book tickets & read about the line on the website!

Bodmin & Wenford Railway

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The B&WR runs for 13 miles through the fantastic Cornish countryside offering the opportunity to travel back in time with steam travel along a Cornish branch.

Visit their website for more information about the railway, timetable information and ticket details

Bowes Railway

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Originally built as a colliery line, this railway made it's way into preservation back in 1977 and is believed to be the only preserved standard gauge rope hauled railway in the world.

Also operating as a museum, this railway has so much to offer so check out their website for further details

Brush Type 4 Fund

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The Brush Type 4 Fund are the owners of 47105 and 47376 based at the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway

Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

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This is a railway museum near to Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire and offers a collection of stock as well as 2 demonstration lines along with many other attractions.

For more information, visit the website

Caledonian Railway

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Formed by a group of steam railway enthusiasts, this railway runs for 4 miles from Brechin to Bridge of Dun.

For more information about the railway, tickets and timetables, visit their website

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Aln Valley Railway

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The Aln Valley Railway is a relative junior in the heritage railway movement, having only opened in 2012. Constructed and run by volunteers, it aims to recreate the rail link between Alnwick and the East Coast mainline at Alnmouth.

Check timetables, book tickets & read about the line on the website!

Appleby Frodingham Railway

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The railway operates entirely within the grounds of British Steel Scunthorpe over tracks usually used for moving molten iron, steel & raw materials.

Visit their website for more details on tickets, timetables and the story of the line

Avon Valley Railway

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"The Avon Valley Railway is a charity dedicated to restoring steam to the Avon Valley. We’ve been operating since the first dedicated volunteers started restoring the line back in the 1970s. Today, some forty years on, three miles of track has been re-laid, locomotive and carriages restored, and the sound of steam can once again be heard along the Avon Valley."

Visit their website for more information about the railway, timetable information and ticket details

Barrow Hill Roundhouse

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Barrow Hill Roundhouse is the last surviving railway roundhouse in the United Kingdom with an operational turntable.

Built in 1870, it was threatened with demolition in 1991 when the site was closed by British Rail. It was saved by a group of dedicated volunteers who have transformed it into a unique railway museum and events venue.

As well as the turntable and shear legs (lifting gear), it has a changing display of steam and diesel locomotives and other rolling stock, an operational signal box, the Roundhouse Halt platform and Springwell Branch running line. Interpretative displays using items from the Museum’s own collection bring the fascinating story of the Roundhouse and the surrounding area vividly to life.

Visit their website for more details on the history and to find out more about the many events held here

Battlefield Line Railway

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The Battlefield Line is the last remaining part of the former Ashby and Nuneaton Joint Railway which was opened in 1873. It runs from Shackerstone via Market Bosworth to Shenton in Leicestershire and is operated by the Shackerstone Railway Society.

Visit their website for more details

Bluebell Railway

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One of the first railway lines to run passenger trains in preservation, the Bluebell Railway offers 11 miles of running lines through the Sussex countryside.

For more information on tickets, timetables and the history of the line check out the website

Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway

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Find out everything you need to know for a wonderful day out for all the family on this offical Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway website. Soak up the atmosphere of this heritage railway and explore Scotland’s largest railway museum situated on the Firth of Forth close to Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Check timetables, book tickets & read about the line on the website!

Bodmin & Wenford Railway

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The B&WR runs for 13 miles through the fantastic Cornish countryside offering the opportunity to travel back in time with steam travel along a Cornish branch.

Visit their website for more information about the railway, timetable information and ticket details

Bowes Railway

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Originally built as a colliery line, this railway made it's way into preservation back in 1977 and is believed to be the only preserved standard gauge rope hauled railway in the world.

Also operating as a museum, this railway has so much to offer so check out their website for further details

Brush Type 4 Fund

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The Brush Type 4 Fund are the owners of 47105 and 47376 based at the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway

Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

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This is a railway museum near to Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire and offers a collection of stock as well as 2 demonstration lines along with many other attractions.

For more information, visit the website

Caledonian Railway

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Formed by a group of steam railway enthusiasts, this railway runs for 4 miles from Brechin to Bridge of Dun.

For more information about the railway, tickets and timetables, visit their website

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Aln Valley Railway

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The Aln Valley Railway is a relative junior in the heritage railway movement, having only opened in 2012. Constructed and run by volunteers, it aims to recreate the rail link between Alnwick and the East Coast mainline at Alnmouth.

Check timetables, book tickets & read about the line on the website!

Appleby Frodingham Railway

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The railway operates entirely within the grounds of British Steel Scunthorpe over tracks usually used for moving molten iron, steel & raw materials.

Visit their website for more details on tickets, timetables and the story of the line

Avon Valley Railway

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"The Avon Valley Railway is a charity dedicated to restoring steam to the Avon Valley. We’ve been operating since the first dedicated volunteers started restoring the line back in the 1970s. Today, some forty years on, three miles of track has been re-laid, locomotive and carriages restored, and the sound of steam can once again be heard along the Avon Valley."

Visit their website for more information about the railway, timetable information and ticket details

Barrow Hill Roundhouse

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Barrow Hill Roundhouse is the last surviving railway roundhouse in the United Kingdom with an operational turntable.

Built in 1870, it was threatened with demolition in 1991 when the site was closed by British Rail. It was saved by a group of dedicated volunteers who have transformed it into a unique railway museum and events venue.

As well as the turntable and shear legs (lifting gear), it has a changing display of steam and diesel locomotives and other rolling stock, an operational signal box, the Roundhouse Halt platform and Springwell Branch running line. Interpretative displays using items from the Museum’s own collection bring the fascinating story of the Roundhouse and the surrounding area vividly to life.

Visit their website for more details on the history and to find out more about the many events held here

Battlefield Line Railway

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The Battlefield Line is the last remaining part of the former Ashby and Nuneaton Joint Railway which was opened in 1873. It runs from Shackerstone via Market Bosworth to Shenton in Leicestershire and is operated by the Shackerstone Railway Society.

Visit their website for more details

Bluebell Railway

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One of the first railway lines to run passenger trains in preservation, the Bluebell Railway offers 11 miles of running lines through the Sussex countryside.

For more information on tickets, timetables and the history of the line check out the website

Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway

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Find out everything you need to know for a wonderful day out for all the family on this offical Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway website. Soak up the atmosphere of this heritage railway and explore Scotland’s largest railway museum situated on the Firth of Forth close to Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Check timetables, book tickets & read about the line on the website!

Bodmin & Wenford Railway

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The B&WR runs for 13 miles through the fantastic Cornish countryside offering the opportunity to travel back in time with steam travel along a Cornish branch.

Visit their website for more information about the railway, timetable information and ticket details

Bowes Railway

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Originally built as a colliery line, this railway made it's way into preservation back in 1977 and is believed to be the only preserved standard gauge rope hauled railway in the world.

Also operating as a museum, this railway has so much to offer so check out their website for further details

Brush Type 4 Fund

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The Brush Type 4 Fund are the owners of 47105 and 47376 based at the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway

Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

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This is a railway museum near to Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire and offers a collection of stock as well as 2 demonstration lines along with many other attractions.

For more information, visit the website

Caledonian Railway

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Formed by a group of steam railway enthusiasts, this railway runs for 4 miles from Brechin to Bridge of Dun.

For more information about the railway, tickets and timetables, visit their website

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Aln Valley Railway

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The Aln Valley Railway is a relative junior in the heritage railway movement, having only opened in 2012. Constructed and run by volunteers, it aims to recreate the rail link between Alnwick and the East Coast mainline at Alnmouth.

Check timetables, book tickets & read about the line on the website!

Appleby Frodingham Railway

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The railway operates entirely within the grounds of British Steel Scunthorpe over tracks usually used for moving molten iron, steel & raw materials.

Visit their website for more details on tickets, timetables and the story of the line

Avon Valley Railway

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"The Avon Valley Railway is a charity dedicated to restoring steam to the Avon Valley. We’ve been operating since the first dedicated volunteers started restoring the line back in the 1970s. Today, some forty years on, three miles of track has been re-laid, locomotive and carriages restored, and the sound of steam can once again be heard along the Avon Valley."

Visit their website for more information about the railway, timetable information and ticket details

Barrow Hill Roundhouse

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Barrow Hill Roundhouse is the last surviving railway roundhouse in the United Kingdom with an operational turntable.

Built in 1870, it was threatened with demolition in 1991 when the site was closed by British Rail. It was saved by a group of dedicated volunteers who have transformed it into a unique railway museum and events venue.

As well as the turntable and shear legs (lifting gear), it has a changing display of steam and diesel locomotives and other rolling stock, an operational signal box, the Roundhouse Halt platform and Springwell Branch running line. Interpretative displays using items from the Museum’s own collection bring the fascinating story of the Roundhouse and the surrounding area vividly to life.

Visit their website for more details on the history and to find out more about the many events held here

Battlefield Line Railway

logo-blue.png

The Battlefield Line is the last remaining part of the former Ashby and Nuneaton Joint Railway which was opened in 1873. It runs from Shackerstone via Market Bosworth to Shenton in Leicestershire and is operated by the Shackerstone Railway Society.

Visit their website for more details

Bluebell Railway

logo-blue.png

One of the first railway lines to run passenger trains in preservation, the Bluebell Railway offers 11 miles of running lines through the Sussex countryside.

For more information on tickets, timetables and the history of the line check out the website

Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway

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Find out everything you need to know for a wonderful day out for all the family on this offical Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway website. Soak up the atmosphere of this heritage railway and explore Scotland’s largest railway museum situated on the Firth of Forth close to Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Check timetables, book tickets & read about the line on the website!

Bodmin & Wenford Railway

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The B&WR runs for 13 miles through the fantastic Cornish countryside offering the opportunity to travel back in time with steam travel along a Cornish branch.

Visit their website for more information about the railway, timetable information and ticket details

Bowes Railway

logo-blue.png

Originally built as a colliery line, this railway made it's way into preservation back in 1977 and is believed to be the only preserved standard gauge rope hauled railway in the world.

Also operating as a museum, this railway has so much to offer so check out their website for further details

Brush Type 4 Fund

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The Brush Type 4 Fund are the owners of 47105 and 47376 based at the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway

Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

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This is a railway museum near to Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire and offers a collection of stock as well as 2 demonstration lines along with many other attractions.

For more information, visit the website

Caledonian Railway

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Formed by a group of steam railway enthusiasts, this railway runs for 4 miles from Brechin to Bridge of Dun.

For more information about the railway, tickets and timetables, visit their website