Keighley and Worth Valley Railway - KWVR

photograph of steam train on brick bridge

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 award-winning Museum of Rail Travel, and Damems, the country's smallest complete station (Ormston in BBC TV's Born & Bred series) to Oakworth, the location for the classic 1970 The Railway Children film. From here ride on to Haworth, home of "Main St" & the famous Brontë 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.

Venue Type:

Transport heritage site, Industrial heritage site

Opening hours

Please see website for journey times.

Admission charges

Please see website for fares.

Keighley and Worth Valley Railway - KWVR
The Railway Station 
West Yorkshire
BD22 8NJ


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