May Bank Holiday Services
With the easing of restrictions by the Government we are delighted to be able to add services that start the process back to ‘normality’.
Our services will cater both for families and groups who would still prefer a degree of COVID19 protection and visitors to the Railway that would like the freedom of the Railway we all enjoyed prior to the pandemic.
Over the three days of the Bank Holiday we will be running a TWO train service with each train consisting of compartment carriages (for pre-booked round trips) boarding at Keighley and Haworth and open coaches (with the purchase of a Day Rover) boarding and alighting at Keighley, Ingrow and Haworth.
Subject to availability tickets for compartments and Day Rovers will be available to purchase on the day.
Pre-booked Compartment Carriages
Haworth and Keighley Round Trip
We’re offering pre-booked return journeys using private compartments, seating 1 – 6 people. Return journeys will depart from Haworth and Keighley, and will include a break at Oxenhope where you can stretch your legs and pose for photographs next to the engine. Oxenhope Station: Passengers may not visit the Exhibition Shed which is closed until late June.
Passengers are asked to keep your distance where possible but be aware it may not be possible to socially distance at all points throughout your journey. Passengers are not required to wear a face covering when seated in a compartment but a face covering is necessary in all enclosed parts of our stations.
Return trip compartment prices
Boarding at Haworth OR Keighley for ONE round trip in your private compartment
- Individual Person £15
- Two People £20
- Family of 3 £30
- Family of 4 £35
- Family of 5 £43
- Family of 6 £50
Standard Class Open Coaches
Freedom of the Worth Valley
With Government restriction now gradually being lifted, we are delighted to introduce our open coaches back into service. Each train will consist of 2 or 3 open coaches which you can board at either Keighley, Ingrow or Haworth on purchase of a Day Rover.
You are free to join any train which your ticket is valid for and travel as you please. At the moment we do not have social distancing labels on our trains, instead we are making all seats available for passengers to make their own choice about where to sit in the context of other passengers and whether they are also travelling with others.
Passengers are asked to keep your distance where possible but be aware it may not be possible to socially distance at all points throughout your journey. We do require you to wear a face covering when seated in an open coach and in all enclosed parts of our stations.
Journeys include a break at Oxenhope where you can stretch your legs and pose for photographs next to the engine. Oxenhope Station: Passengers may not visit the Exhibition Shed which is closed until late June.
Travel in an open coach with a Day Rover
A Rover is available for travel in an open coach and offers unlimited travel for a whole day – allowing you to break your journey and travel about as you please. Includes free entry 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.
- Adult – £18
- Concessions – £15
- Children (aged 5 – 15) – £9
- Children (under 5) – Free
- One adult or concession plus ONE child £22
- Two adults or concession plus up to THREE children £44
Oxenhope & Oakworth Stations
Oxenhope station is currently only open for pedestrian access. There is no car parking at Oxenhope station and the station tea room, shop and Exhibition building are currently closed. Passengers may begin, end or break their journey at Oxenhope, but only if arriving or leaving on foot. If you are arriving by road, we advise that you park at Haworth or Ingrow stations.
It is anticipated that Oxenhope will reopen fully at the end of June.
Oakworth Station is currently closed and trains will not be stopping at Oakworth Station.
It is anticipated that Oakworth Station will reopen fully at the end of June, following filming of The Railway Children Return, ready for our Summer celebration of the original Railway Children film.