Keighley and Worth Valley Railway are running a series of Vintage Train Days over the summer.
On these days wooden bodied carriages from the Victorian era will be pulled by locomotives, including the famous Lancashire & Yorkshire No.957 which featured in The Railway Children.
This is a fantastic opportunity to experience rail travel as it would have been a hundred years ago.
The Vintage Train Days run on these dates:
- Sunday 24th June
- Sunday 1st July
- Sunday 8th July
- Sunday 15th July
- Sunday 22nd July
- Sunday 29th July
On Sunday 22nd April a number of local museums are offering local residents free entry. The “Go Local” Day opens the doors of the following museums, free of charge:
- Ingrow Loco
- Museum of Rail Travel
- The Police Museum
- East Riddlesden Hall
- Keighley Bus Museum
- Campus Star Centre
- Keighley and Worth Valley Railway
- Bronte Parsonage Museum
Free bus travel is available between the attractions, on Heritage Bus 22. A timetable for the heritage Bus service can be downloaded from the Keighley Bus Museum website (pdf format).
To gain free entry to these museums on 22nd April, simply take proof of residency in BD20, 21 or 22 with you.