Keighley & Worth Valley Railway (Keighley) Reviews
Description:Address: The Railway Station / Haworth / Keighley / West Yorkshire BD22 8NJ
Newest Review: ... of the following stations. Keighley, it's adjoined to the main train station, but the difference couldn't be more startling. The Worth Valley station is completely authentic 1950's in decor and appearance. Upon entering it's like going back in time, especially as the smell of the steam adds to the atmosphere. Ingrow, a small authentic 1950's station where you can get off the train and ... more
Customer Keighley & Worth Valley Railway (Keighley) Reviews (1)
by - written on 11/11/08 (Very useful, 676 readings)
The town where I live has one tourist attraction. The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, an authentic steam railway. This line was opened in 1867 and closed by British Railways in 1962. An action group of local people was formed in objection to this and along with other steam enthusiasts who were taking an interest, the Worth Valley Railway Preservation Society was formed. These volunteers took over the line and re-opened it in 1968, and it is still operated and maintained by volunteers today. The Worth Valley Railway as it is more commonly known has appeared in various prime time television programmes including Last of the Summer Wine, Born and Bred, The ... Read the complete review
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