Downpatrick and County Down Railway (Northern Ireland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... train station well suited to the age of steam. As we had arrived for the Christmas Train, which is a popular service, and arrived a short while before the ticket desk opened there was a queue, however this moved along rapidly as soon as the ticket desk opened. While my husband waited for the tickets, I took the children into the small gift shop inside the building. There are a few Thomas Toys available, and the prices are fair, but the selection is very limited. All employees here are strictly voluntary, so you will find them all great enthusiasts of steam trains. The fellow running the shop is very friendly and can answer any question ... more
Customer Downpatrick and County Down Railway (Northern Ireland) Reviews (1)
by - written on 14/12/11, updated on 14/12/11 (Very useful, 256 readings)
'The Polar Express' is a magical children's book about a boy who is losing faith in Santa Claus and the magic of Christmas as takes a wonderful train journey to the North Pole. Because we always ride this train at Christmastime, to the museums own makeshift North Pole, it always reminds me so much of the book, and it helps my family to believe in the magic of Christmastime. We always read the Polar Express before going, and watch the dvd as well. My sons have wee jingle bells I gave them after our visit last year, so we can check to make sure we can always hear the bells ( those of you who have read the book will understand). Downpatrick & Co. Down ... Read the complete review
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