• Our station cafe is back open, 9am – 4pm Monday-Friday & 9am – 5pm Saturday & Sundays

  • Timetable

    2021 TIMETABLE

    We would normally look to issue our yearly timetable in calendar form so you can see when we’re running trains throughout the year. However, in light of the current, and ever-changing, restrictions this seems inappropriate this year.

    We do, however, plan to run trains most weekends (diesel-hauled trains on Saturday and steam on Sundays) from Mid May to September with additional Wednesdays during school half term and summer holidays. You will still need to purchase tickets in advance to guarantee your seats and help us manage passenger numbers and social distancing whilst you’re onboard.

    Timetable for June

    Wednesday 2nd – Steam Train

    Saturday 5th – Steam Train & Brick Express

    Sunday 6th – Steam Train & Brick Express

    Saturday 12th – Steam Train & Evening Murder Mystery

    Sunday 13th – Steam Train & Afternoon Tea(Sold out)

    Saturday 19th – Diesel Train – Fish n Chip(Sold out)

    Sunday 20th – Steam Train & Pines Express(Sold out)

    Saturday 26th – Steam Train & Teddy Bears Picnic

    Sunday 27th – Steam Train & Teddy Bears Picnic

    Wednesday 30th – Steam Train

    Train Times are 11:00, 12:30, 14:00 & 15:30

    Advance booking is highly recommended as some trains do sell out in advance.

     (All events subject to change and cancellation without prior notice, due to unforeseen circumstances)

    New rules are coming into force at various times so please respect these when you book. At the present time the Rule of Six will apply for all family groups (apart from extended household bubbles or larger individual family groups.

    Book train tickets here

    To keep our customers safe, each family group will be seated in separate compartments. In addition, you’ll see some physical changes next time you visit, from protective screens in our buffet through to hand sanitiser available at various points across the site and enhanced cleaning regimes onboard our trains.

    We thank you for your patience at this time if things take a little longer than normal. We’re all getting used to what’s being called the ‘new normal’ and that includes the railway’s staff and volunteers. However, most importantly we want you to have an enjoyable visit but feel safe too.

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