Steam & Heritage Diesel services through Bronte Country!

The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway is a unique 5-mile branch line railway set in the heart of West Yorkshire, running heritage steam and diesel trains from the industrial landscape of Keighley to the stunning Brontë Country of Oxenhope.

You can either pre-book or ‘turn up and buy’ at your selected Railway Station. You don’t need to pre-book, but if you book a Day Rover 3 days in advance, you can save 10% – and everyone loves a good old Yorkshire bargain!

The quick links below will help you find information about the railway and plan your visit or upcoming special events.

Keighley Station is now closed, a Vintage Bus will run to Ingrow-West on running days, find out more.

Support the Railway

If you want to support the railway, you can become involved in several ways. Have you thought about becoming a volunteer, a member or donating? Follow the links below to find out more.


LATEST NEWS

The Gin Train

2024 sees the return of the Gin Train to the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway.

Volunteer Signal Engineer

The railway seeks an enthusiastic volunteer with a keen interest in railway signalling to undertake the duties of the railway’s Signal Engineer,

The Steam Gala

Four Steam-Packed Days, featuring 6990 & 4079, along with the home fleet!

Keighley Station Closed

Keighley Station will be closed during the early stages of the station’s refurbishment between January & March, with a Vintage Bus running between Keighley & Ingrow-West.

Levelling Up Fund

The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway has been provisionally awarded a grant of £5m from the government’s “Levelling Up Fund”.

Bridge 27 Update

Work is now planned for the 5th to the 10th of November and will involve removing the track and exposing the culvert, along with establishing the location of the foundations of the cottages which used to be present where the track is now.

Civil Week 2023

The annual Civil Maintenance Department ‘Civil Week’ was held in September. This is our annual possession where anyone and everyone comes together to deliver major civil engineering works under the watchful eye of the railway’s engineers.