Blow away those post-Christmas cobwebs
From Boxing Day 2021 to 3rd January 2022, travel in our toasty, Yuletide carriages as our festive journey continues into the New Year. See our stunning stations transformed with an amazing Christmas display creating a magical glow as your train rolls in.
Don’t forget to wrap up warm (Christmas jumper’s aren’t compulsory but make great festive photos – !).
You can simply turn up on the day and purchase your tickets (or you can pre-book line). Your ticket includes a home made Mince pie, tasty!
Please note when booking tickets, fares are a standard price, so a rover ticket is valid for the Mince Pie Specials!
Book your tickets online!
Price & Tickets and all you need to know
At Oxenhope we will have a pop-up Cafe serving hot and cold drinks, confectionary and cold snacks.
At Keighley the platform kiosk will also be serving hot and cold drinks, confectionary and cold snacks
On the Mince Pie Specials we will have the Buffet car on the train serving beer, wine and spirits as well as hot and cold drinks and a small selection of snacks and confectionary.
Prices & Tickets
Event Ticket Prices
There is no need to pre-book for the Mince Pie Specials, you can simply turn up and buy your tickets on the day. Normal fares are in operation with standard discounts for local resident card holders and members.
- Adult – £18
- Concession – £15
- Child – £9
- Child under 5 – Free
- Small Family (One adult or concession plus ONE child) – £22
- Large Family (Two adults or concession plus up to THREE children) – £44
The Railway is pleased to welcome all dogs and their owners onto our normal timetabled 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.
Dog Ticket: £1.00
We recognise that these dogs provide valuable assistance, not only for the sight impaired, but also for those with hearing loss, epilepsy, diabetes, physical mobility problems and more. Assistance Dogs are welcome on ALL KWVR trains, for which no charge is made.