What to do and where to go when exploring the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway and the beautiful landscape that surrounds us.
Explore the Railway
Built to serve the local mill trades in the late 19th Century, the Railway is just over 4 & 1/2 miles long but yet still manages to pack six stations in. Click to discover more about our Stations and what you can find at each one
Plan Your Visit
Whether you are visiting the Worth Valley just for the thrill of the train ride on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway or looking to spend your time riding the trains and visiting other attractions in the area, plan ahead of your visit to make sure that you take full advantage of your time spent with us.
No matter where you start from, take the train to the station of your choice and, with timetable in hand, plot your itinerary to fit in with the frequency of trains and ensure that you see all you want to see.
The Local Area
Like many valleys throughout this part of Yorkshire, the Worth Valley’s development is intrinsically linked to the woollen industry and throughout the 18th and 19th centuries mills developed at all points in the Valley to take advantage of the climate and abundance of sheep that grazed the surrounding moors. For many years the Valley mills prospered bringing with it growth in the villages that lasted many years. The decline of the woollen industry is intrinsically linked with the decline in prosperity in the Valley and the Railway itself.
Daily Food & Drink
In the area and fancy a snack?
Oxenhope Buffet is open everyday when trains are running and Wednesday to Sunday throughout the year, except Christmas Day.