To make the most of your visit, we recommend the purchase of a Day Rover. However, if your time is limited a Full Line Return ticket is available. Full details of these popular tickets are shown below.
Single and Return tickets are also available between all stations on the line. Click HERE for station – station fares.
Details of concessionary fares, discounts and special offers are shown further down.
Please note that these prices exclude special events and ticket prices are subject to change. Please visit individual Events pages for more information.
This ticket offers unlimited travel for a whole day – allowing you to break your journey and travel about as you please. Includes free entry to RAIL STORY where the award winning Museum Of Rail Travel and the Bahamas Locomotive Society’s ‘Ingrow Loco’ exhibition are located – all at Ingrow West Station. Ideal for those wanting the complete day out.
Children 5 to 15 inclusive: £8
Small Family Ticket
This ticket is the same as the Rover Ticket but covers up to ONE adults and ONE child Travelling together. It provides a useful saving for small families travelling together, whilst larger families can save money by buying more than one of these tickets, or combining one with individual tickets for additional passengers. It offers unlimited travel for a whole day – allowing you to break your journey and travel about as you please. Includes free entry to RAIL STORY, home to the award winning Museum Of Rail Travel and the Bahamas Locomotive Society’s ‘Ingrow Loco’ exhibition – both at Ingrow West Station. Ideal for those wanting the complete day out.
Small Family Ticket: £20
Full Line Return
This ticket allows one complete round trip of the line from any station (eg: Haworth -> Keighley -> Oxenhope -> Haworth).
Children 5 to 15 inclusive: £5.50
This ticket does not include access to the two museums at Ingrow West.
Free & Reduced Rate Ticket Offers
There are several discount promotions in operation which allow visitors to obtain free or discounted travel on the KWVR.
Concessionary Fares are available to Senior Citizens, National Rail Disabled Railcard Holders, Local Authority Disabled Travel Pass holders and Students in full time education who can produce a valid NUS (National Union of Students) membership card.
New for 2017 – Provided that a Disabled passenger has purchased a Standard Concession ticket (i.e. not a Child, Local Resident or other special offer fare), then ONE carer, who needs to travel with the disabled passenger, may travel free of charge. Proof of eligibility (such as a Local Authority Disabled Travel Pass showing a +C or +1 logo) may be required.
Half Price Travel is available to Children aged 5 to 15 inclusive.
Free Travel is available to Children aged under 5.
Single and Return tickets are available between all stations.
Do you live in Postcode areas BD20, BD21 or BD22?
If so, Click HERE to see how you can take advantage of special reduced fares.
If you are a tour organiser, or travelling with more than 20 people, then you may be entitled to our special Group Travel fares. Please select the day you wish to travel, view the timetable, then contact our office to enquire about Group Fares or to make a group booking.
Check out the timetable pages for special offer announcements.
Tickets can be purchased at booking offices of all six stations. It is not possible to book in advance and reservations are not required – other than for travel on dining trains, Santa Special services and for groups of over 20 passengers.
With the exception of Damems Station, all our stations and travelling ticket inspectors accept cash, all major credit and debit cards and contactless methods of payment such as Apple Pay are accepted up to £30. (We do not accept Cheques for payment on the day, except for pre-booked group travel parties with whom we have made prior arrangements.)
All stations have level access with no steps. A specially designed Disabled Toilet is available at Haworth and Oxenhope Stations, and the toilets at other stations all have step free access.
Our trains are operated by historic carriages built in the 1950’s or earlier. They have ‘slam’ type doors and a step into the train. We have recently overhauled one of our carriages with accommodation for up to three wheelchairs, this carriage is usually conveyed on most of our buffet car trains. On other trains it is not always possible to convey wheelchairs through the usual carriage doors however they can be accommodated in the guard’s compartment of every train. Our volunteer staff will give every assistance to you in your journey.
Carriage of Dogs
The Railway is pleased to welcome all dogs and their owners onto our trains, subject to their owners ensuring that their dogs do not cause a distraction to the operation of the train or inconvenience and difficulties to fellow passengers. In addition dogs are not allowed onto carriage seats.
In the opinion of the Station Master or Guard, if a dog is not in the control of its owner and is causing problems, the Station Master or Guard may, at their discretion, request the dog be taken away from the Railway’s premises or removed from the train at the next available station or be cared for by its owner in a more appropriate area away from other passengers.
The Railway makes no charge for dogs, as they are unlikely to appreciate the joys of the Railway as much as their owners.
The hours or times stated in the Company’s Timetables, Books, Bills and Notices are appointed as those at which it is intended – so far as circumstances will permit – that the trains shall depart from and arrive at the several stations, but their departure or arrival at the time stated is not guaranteed, nor will the Company under any circumstances be held responsible for delay or detention, however occasioned, or any consequences arising therefrom. The right to alter or suspend the running of any train is reserved.
Copies of the Company’s Conditions of Carriage are available for inspection at any station booking office.