We are always happy to hear from our passengers. Our Administration Office at Haworth Station is open daily (except Christmas Day) from 09.30 – 16.30, so please call us on 01535 645214. Alternatively email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your comments or enquiries and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Alternatively you can e-mail us via the form below, just fill in your details and we’ll try and get back to you as soon as we can. However the form below is managed by our volunteers who will try to respond within 48 hours but sometimes may take a little longer. We therefore recommend that enquiries requiring a formal response use email@example.com
Thank you! Your message has been sent to the appropriate department. Sometimes these requests will go through to volunteers so it can take a little while to respond.
Keighley is around 50 mins from Leeds and 30 mins from Bradford city centres.
For the benefit of satellite navigation system users, the KWVR station postcodes are:
KEIGHLEY – BD21 4HP
INGROW – BD21 5AX
DAMEMS – We do not recommend travelling by car to Damems due to the condition of the unmade nature of the access road.
OAKWORTH – BD22 0DZ
HAWORTH – BD22 8NJ
OXENHOPE – BD22 9LB
For a journey planner of all modes of travel click here.
Car parks are available at 5 the 6 KWVR stations. All are FREE with the exception of Haworth. Keighley station car park can become very busy Monday to Saturday as it is shared with the mainline station. Ingrow West station, with a FREE large car park, is 1.5 miles away.
Keighley station is on the National Rail network. There are fast electric trains to Leeds & Bradford Forster Square every 30 minutes Monday – Saturday with an hourly service on Sundays.
In Addition, Keighley is also served by longer distance trains between Leeds, Lancaster, Morecambe and Carlisle & London Kings Cross.
You can even book a through ticket valid from any Northern and Virgin East coast services to the KWVR on payment of an £11.00 supplement which entitles the holder to a Day Rover allowing unlimited journeys on the Railway and free admission to RAIL TRAVEL at Ingrow.* For more information visit National Rail Enquiries.
*Please note – Discount may differ or be withdrawn on days when special events are being held.
National Express coaches serving Keighley bus station click here
Transdev Keighley & District buses serving Keighley, Skipton, Ilkley, Bradford, Leeds and surrounding areas click here
Service 500 buses from Todmorden and Hebden Bridge to Oxenhope, Haworth and Keighley click here .(Also showing main bus services through Haworth)
Car parking is available at all our stations other than Damems. Oxenhope has a large, FREE car park with an overflow for special events. For visitors arriving at Keighley, If the car park there is full, we advise to park at our large FREE car park at Ingrow West.
Haworth station has a pay and display car park open every day (except Christmas Day).
There are also several pay & display car parks within easy reach of Haworth Village:
Please take care as some visitors to Haworth have had their visit spoiled because they overstayed the time on their ticket and were subsequently clamped.
Ingrow has a large FREE car park which is useful for park & ride travellers to Haworth.
Keighley station has a Pay & Display car park which is free to KWVR passengers at all times. If you are travelling midweek, please give your vehicle registration to the booking office staff on platform 4 to avoid getting a fine. (Northern Rail passengers are charged £1 per day for parking at Keighley). At weekends parking is free to all passengers.
In June 1968, the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway opened for business and in 2018, the Railway will celebrate 50 years of operation as a working branch line heritage railway. Follow the links to read more about this iconic locomotive and our appeal to restore it to working order.