Every Sunday, 13th – 27th September
On successive Sundays in 2020, 7th – 21st June and 5th – 19th July, Vintage Trains will operate using five of the older coaches, many of which date back to Victorian times and rarely see public use. These carriages form part of the Railway’s museum collection and include examples from the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Trust (L&YRT) and the Vintage Carriages Trust (VCT) which have been restored to pristine condition, and in the case of the L&YRT coaches, two from use as bungalows when their railway life came to an end.
On Sundays 13th, 20th and 27th September the Vintage Train Service will boarding at Oxenhope ONLY. Your ticket is priced per compartment and cost per person is regulated by how many are in your party
RETURN TRIP COMPARTMENT PRICES
Oxenhope – Keighley return. Passengers may not join the train at any other station along the route
- Individual Person £15
- Two People £20
- Family of 3 £30
- Family of 4 £35
- Family of 5 £43
- Family of 6 £50
FULL DAY TICKET
Explore the Worth Valley and have a compartment for the whole day reserved for you and your party. Join at Oxenhope for the 10.00 departure and have the freedom to leave the train and rejoin at your leisure throughout the day.
Holders of a Day Ticket will be able to leave and rejoin the train at Haworth and Ingrow (West) Station where there are two awarding winning museums for you to explore (admission prices apply). And all in your very own reserved compartment, which will not be used by any other passengers when you are not travelling on the train.
- Family of 4 £70
- Family of 5 £85
- Family of 6 £100
Book your tickets online
What else do you need to know
Restricted Disabled Accessibility
The very nature of the vintage carriages fleet is that the coaches come from an age where access for disabled passengers was not a priority and therefore, as the vehicles are restored to their original condition, those wishing to travel on board our vintage train and have a disability may have difficulty boarding the train.
In addition, those disabled passengers with wheel chairs or motorised ‘buggies’ should be aware that the nature of the coaches means there is nowhere to store either wheelchairs or ‘buggies’ on the train, except in the guards van. Please speak to a member of station staff who may be able to assist.
Children's pushchairs and buggies
The vintage coaches that make up the Vintage Train were built in age when children’s pushchairs and buggies were a thing of the future and, as the vehicles that make up the train are restored to their original condition, there is no provision, except in the guards van, on the train to store them whilst you enjoy you journey back in time. Please speak to a member of station staff who may be able to assist.
Due to the very nature of these historical carriages, please note that only assistance dogs are allowed in the vintage carriages used on Vintage Train Sundays. Assistance dogs travel free of charge