Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway

The Scottish Railway Preservation Society and the Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway to the Rescue 

After over 30 years Caledonian Tank Engine No.419 is to return to England to star at the Churnet Valley Railway Winter Steam Gala, following the unavailability No. 7827 Lydham Manor.
Churnet Valley Railway are very grateful to the Scottish Railway Preservation Society for the hire of ex Caledonia Railway No. 419 at such short notice.

The Scottish Railway Preservation Society and the Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway to the Rescue 

Travel in Time on Heritage Railways

Breath-taking vistas of mountain valleys, moorlands and forest.  Stunning seascapes, and panoramas of rolling countryside, without a road in sight. Discovering little known routes and places, and sights that can’t be seen from a car or coach. For some, that means hiking boots, rucksacks and maps and, often, a hearty disregard for unfriendly weather. For some eleven million people each year, it means something much easier, and quite different: taking a ride on heritage railways.

Heritage Railways - A Thomas the Tank Engine special at Falkirk’s Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway