Step back in time!
The Village of Haworth hosts one of the biggest 1940s events in the UK over the weekend of the 16th to 18th May.
The village is transformed to celebrate the 1940s, with vintage vehicles displayed, re-enactments, jive dancing, singing and bands playing. The village is full of stalls, and the home guard will be on patrol.
You can travel in style and arrive at Haworth Station. There are large free car parks at Ingrow and Oxenhope; then you can travel by train into Haworth.
You can turn up on the day and purchase your tickets or pre-book online in advance and save 10%.
Friday 16th May
Saturday 17th May
Sunday 18th May
There’s plenty to keep you busy at the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway during the 1940s weekend!
- Experience the sound & smell of a steam railway.
- Five miles of heritage railway to journey along
- Six individual stations, full of character
- An Exhibition Shed displaying vintage coaches and historic engines
- The Carriage Works Museum, one of the finest collections of restored railway carriages
- The Engine Shed is full of exhibits and memorabilia of how railways used to be
- Gift shops at Haworth & Oxenhope
- On train Buffet Car, selling real ale, drinks, snacks & confectionary.
- The Old Parcels Office at Keighley Station serves light snacks, hearty meals and tasty desserts.