I appreciate that this narrow gauge railway is never going to compete with the Ffestiniog, Welsh Highland or Lynton & Barnstable. Pages Park station is nice and the museum with old locomotives is interesting. The rolling stock that we had was great. It was a lovely warm day so we sat in one of the open carriages. At £9.50 each the ticket price is okay, if a little steep for 5.5 miles return (compare this to "full size" preserved railways, they may be a little more but give you all day riding). We did however qualify for 2 * £1 gift aid vouchers which we used to buy a guide book. Stonehenge Works is interesting, lots of old equipment and good information on quarrying. The issue with this railway though is that most of the ride is through a housing estate. A shame!
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