Kirklees Light Railway (England) Reviews
Newest Review: ... The prices are: Miniature railway - 50p per person Return 50 minute journey - Adult - £6.50 Child 3-15 yrs - £4.50 Under 3 yrs - Free Concessions - £5.50 Family Ticket (2 adults & 2 children) - £20.00 **Whats there** - A large bouncy castle greets you at the entrance, which is free to use. This is not supervised although the castle is very enclosed. I'm pretty sure the bouncy castle would be seasonal however visiting in August we were lucky to have the use of it. - Opposite the castle there is a beautiful pond with a miniature railway track going around it. Adults can ride on with the children - but we warned it is very t... more
Customer Kirklees Light Railway (England) Reviews (1)
by - written on 13/08/09 (Very useful, 160 readings)
I suggested Kirklees railway be added to the dooyoo catalogue a couple of weeks ago after visiting there for the first time at the beginning of August with my husband and daughter. **How to get there** Kirklees railways' station is called Clayton West, this is situated on the A636 just off junction 38 of the M1 motorway. It is very well signposted with tourist signs leading you there for around 3 miles. The tourist signs state 'Narrow gauge scenic railway' which I did find rather confusing and thought we were heading the wrong way! The actual station is situated at the top of an industrial estate. **Car Parking** There is a ... Read the complete review
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