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Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

Five mile branch line first opened in 1867, striking southwards into the hills from the town of Keighley through Haworth, home of the Brontes, and Oakworth which featured in the film ‘The Railway Children’. Now operated by a preservation society with a large collection of operating steam and diesel locomotives and vintage carriages.

Facilities

  • Parking
  • Refreshments
  • Souvenir Shop
  • Part disabled access

Operator

Keighley & Worth Valley Railway Trust

Address

The Railway Station Haworth Keighley Yorkshire BD22 8NJ

  • 01535 645 214
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  • View website

Open days

Sat-Sun & BHol all year. Daily 16-24 Feb, 13-28 Apr, 25 May-8 Sep, 16-20 Oct, 26 Oct-3 Nov, 26 Dec-1 Jan 2020. Also Wed 27 Feb-22 May, 2-23 Oct. Santas in Dec.

Travel

By Bus: 500

By Rail: Keighley / 10 miles

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