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This hidden gem, only 40 minutes drive from Glasgow and Edinburgh, is located in the historic town of Bo’ness. Our friendly staff will welcome you aboard one of our heritage steam or diesel-hauled trains and wish you a pleasant journey. The train...more
Bo'Ness Station Union Street, Bo'ness EH51 9AQ, Scotland
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Visited today after having it on a Things To Do list for years. Really enjoyed it! For only £5 you get to have a look at some cool trains and learn some good stuff about the history of trains in Scotland. We didn't do the...More
Arrived at the car park with my partner and our 13 month old daughter, just at the time one of the steam train were due to leave. The station master came over and asked if we would like him to hold the train back to...More
There is nothing quite as wonderful as returning to a previous era where speed was not paramount and journeys were a combination of elegance and adventure..... brought back so many happy memories of travelling with my granny back in the day... fabulous...
I can't recommend the Bo'ness and Kinneal Railway enough. We've been a few times now and this time went on one of their Thomas the Tank Engine days. Our 3 year old loves Thomas and loved seeing 'Thomas' in the flesh and getting to ride...More
Took our three grandchildren here in July and they really enjoyed it. They also enjoyed the museum and were very happy doing the treasure hunt . Would definitely go back again as i think its well worth a visit.
Great place to visit and see our past and have a journey behind a steam train. Nice countryside and lovely staff. Station has plenty to occupy people - shop cafe etc etc One moan tho is the coffee. - hellish but I will contact them...More
Super little trip one the train, wish we had more time as yo could leave at one of the little stations and visit the country park and manor house (previously owned by the duke of Hamilton) or have a picnic then rejoin the train. the...More
Response from Bonessrailway | Property representative |
Joyce is correct, the afternoon tea train leaves Bo'ness at 14.10, it's a return journey so it gets back to Bo'ness at 15.14. We look forward to seeing you soon, please remember pre-booking is essential for this.