We need your help!
We continue to collect funds to secure the future of the Railway. These funds help us carry out any necessary locomotive overhauls, rolling stock restorations, infrastructure and station repairs and upgrades like ongoing works to our famous bridge – the place where The Railway Children waved their red petticoats to stop the train in the classic 1970s film.
We also need your support to bring iconic locomotives back to life, like our Ivatt 2-6-2 tank 41241 that took part on the re-opening special back in 1968 and which we want back in action for the 50th anniversary of that momentous day . Or Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway 0-6-0 957, better known as ‘The Green Dragon’ in ‘The Railway Children’ film
If you think you can help, please send your donation to:
Keighley & Worth Valley Railway
The Railway Station
The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation, Charity registration No. 1136853, and, as such, if you are a UK tax payer, you can increase the value of your donation by Gift Aiding it, increasing its value by 25p on very £1 donated. Download a Gift aid form HERE>
Keighley & Worth Valley Railway Trust
The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway Trust is a registered charity, registered charity number 1032933, formed in 1995 as a means of raising capital sums for the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway. The aim of the Trust is to support the maintenance and protection of the structures, buildings, plant, locomotives, rolling stock and equipment of the Railway.
The Trust continues to generate and collect funds according to current needs, and accepts bequests & donations.