The Mid-Norfolk Railway, East Anglia’s longest standard gauge heritage railway, runs the eleven miles from Dereham to Wymondham. The line is also in the process of being restored northwards from Dereham and occasional passenger trains now run as far as Worthing Crossing with the aim of reaching North Elmham for the Railway’s 25thAnniversary in 2020.
The Railway runs a mixture of steam and diesel trains from February onwards so please check our website, www.mnr.org.uk, for details of what trains are running and when. Run almost completely by volunteers, the Railway has a wide range of Special Events each year, starting in 2019 with our Diesel Event in early April. Our home fleet is augmented by several visiting locos and an intensive timetable is in operation and again, please check our website for more information. Other special events include our increasingly popular Vintage Bus Day in May, Classic Car Days in June and October, our Steam Gala at the end of June, our1940s Weekend and Beer Festival both in August and a second Diesel Event in September.
Join us at the Number One Tourist Attraction in North East Lincolnshire as rated by visitors on Trip Advisor for five consecutive years running!
The award-winning Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway is one of Britain’s oldest seaside miniature railways and has been delighting old and young alike for generations. Sit back and enjoy a four mile return journey along the picturesque Humberside Coast, behind one of our historic steam or diesel locomotives.
There are three stations on the line:
Cleethorpes Kingsway, adjacent to Cleethorpes Leisure Centre features a well-stocked gift shop selling souvenirs.
The North Bay Railway, Scarborough is one of the towns top tourist attractions. The locomotives, scenery and history of the railway all add up to make it a fantastic day out. Now more than just a railway, bring your family to explore the Sky Trail, thrill on the historic Water Chute, face the challenge of the Water Balls or take things more leisurely on the boating lake
North Bay Railway is 100% dog friendly and dogs are welcome to travel on the train free of charge but we do ask you keep your dog on a short lead. Trains run a regular service to the Sea Life Centre.
The line runs from Pant, 3 miles North of Merthyr Tydfil, to Torpantau following part of the route of the original Brecon & Merthyr Railway which closed in 1964.
Travel from our Main Station at Pant in one of our all-weather Observation Carriages, behind a vintage Steam Locomotive.
The journey takes you into the Brecon Beacons National Park, through Pontsticill and along the full length of the Taf Fechan Reservior before climbing to Torpantau high in the Brecon Beacons and the summit of the original line.At our main station in Pant you can visit our Licensed Tearooms for refreshments, gifts and souvenirs are available from our Shop. You can also visit our Workshop where the Steam Locomotives and Carriages are repaired.