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We had an absolutely delightful day on the second Bahamas journey. The carriages in First Class looked stunning with the lovely upholstery. We had a light breakfast soon after departure from Oxenhope. We were served tea, coffee or juice at very regular intervals throughout the...More
This was the first mainline run of Bahamas after complete restoration with a grant from Heritage Lottery Fund with the remainder of the cost funded by members and partners. The journey from Oxenhope to Carlisle was brilliantly organised by the K&WVR whose volunteers seemed to...More
Easily accessible from the main Leeds to Carlisle line at Keighley. The line pulls up to Haworth for visiting all things Brontë and on to Oxenhope to see the vintage carriages. Can get off at any station for local walks.
got a day rover ticket for the journey well worth the extra money as it gives you free entrance to the two museums at Ingrow West station and the bonus of getting off at different stations to explore around. Lovely steam train and comfy carriages...More
This trip was included as part of the great railway journey holiday. The train journey was good, though I was a bit disappointed that our carriage was the furthest away from the engine (there was a diesel engine as well because the smaller engine had...More
I would definitely recommend that you visit here as it it well worth the money,the only downside was the weather,it is best to check when the steam trains are running as they run a diesel train as well along with one steam train,it's well worth...More
The annual New Year’s day visit to the Mince Pie Specials, what could be wrong? The Worth Valley is with out doubt one of the best heritage railways in Britain. On the 1st January things were as they really should be, beautiful weather, interesting rural...More
Date of experience: January 2019
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Abby N, Marketing & Communications Coordinator at Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, responded to this reviewResponded 4 January 2019
We are deeply sorry to hear about your poor experience with us here at KWVR. We always aim to make every customer's experience with us fun and are upset to hear that your time with us wasn't enjoyable. Thank you for making us...More
A well established and well run preserved railway with good attention to detail in buildings and rolling stock. Well run and always a pleasure to attend. Great events both for enthusiasts and children. Worth a visit.
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No train departs early enough on the 15th June from Keighley to get you to Oxenhope in time for the 11am Gin Express. Bus B3 departs Keighley Bus station at 10.05 and takes 23 minutes to get you to Oxenhope, this is the... More
No train departs early enough on the 15th June from Keighley to get you to Oxenhope in time for the 11am Gin Express. Bus B3 departs Keighley Bus station at 10.05 and takes 23 minutes to get you to Oxenhope, this is the service which shows its destination as being Hebden Bridge, tickets £4.30 for the day. Keighley Bus station is a 10 minute walk from the Rail Station. All specials run by K&WVR operate from Oxenhope.