Britain's last remaining complete heritage branch line runs from Keighley to Oxenhope, along a rich seam of West Yorkshire's rail and cultural heritage. Travel via Ingrow, with its Museum of Rail Travel, and Damems, the country's smallest complete station to Oakworth, the location for the classic 1970 The Railway Children film. From here ride on to Haworth, home of "Main St" & the famous Bronte Family. The line terminates 660 feet above sea level at Oxenhope, where a collection of historic locomotives and coaches can be inspected in the Exhibition Shed.
Times vary, check website.
Children 5 to 15 inclusive: £9
FULL LINE RETURN
Children 5 to 15 inclusive: £6.50
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