Train Timetable

Diesel & Ale Saturday

Event date: 28 July 2018

Having proved very popular since their Introduction in 2015, the Railway will once again be operating big diesel locomotive hauled trains ALL DAY on selected Saturdays, May through to September.

Introduced in 2015, the Railway operates diesel locomotive hauled trains, as well as steam hauled services on selected Saturdays. For the last 3 years, this has proven very popular and the Railway is pleased to repeat the exercise for this year – big diesel haulage ALL DAY on some Saturdays May through to September.

As with last year the days will be sponsored by local breweries, so join us on these days when there will be a Diesel Hauled service ALL DAY in addition to our usual steam hauled service.

This service operates in addition to the steam train service. Starting at 09.00 from Oxenhope, the train offers 6 round trips of the line, finishing back at Oxenhope at 17.25.

The next Diesel & Ale day is:

July 28th

The Brewery for the day will be Nightjar Brew Co from Mytholmroyd and three cask beers will be available on the train as shown below:


Haka Pale (4.0%) – New Zealand pale dry hopped with Motueka
At One With Simcoe (4.1%) – One-off special pale single hopped with Simcoe
Klondike (4.2%) – solid gold session bitter with UK & US hops


The day’s diesel locomotive is: 37075


The bar will be open on the 09:40, 11:00, 12:30, 14:00 and 15:30 from Keighley to Oxenhope and on the 10:15, 11:45, 13:15, 14:45 and 16:15 from Oxenhope to Keighley.


The dates for 2018 are:

May 5th – Eagles Crag Brewery from Todmorden
May 26th – TBA
July 28th – Nightjar Brewery from Mytholmroyd
August 25th – – The advertised brewery have now ceased trading but a variety of real ales will be available on both the diesel and steam hauled trains.
September 29th – Naylor’s Brewery from Cross Hills

The locomotives for these dates have been announced as follows subject to their availability at the time:

5th May – 20 031
26th May – 25 059
28th July – 37 075
25th August – 25 059
29th September – 37 075

Subject to availability, a real-ale buffet car will also be provided on the steam service trains.

In addition, normal fares will be charged and therefore an all-day Rover ticket costing only £18 is excellent value for a full day behind either or both, steam and heritage diesel locomotives.