Known as Yorkshire's Friendly Line, the Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam Railway has picnic areas, buffet cars, cafe and a gift and book shop. You can travel on a train pulled by a steam locomotive from the historic station at Embsay, built in 1888, to Bolton Abbey Station and the romantic landscape which inspired the likes of Wordsworth, Turner and Landseer.
The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway has been use for the location of many film and TV productions: The Railway Children, Songs of Praise, Gardener's World, Sherlock Holmes, The Last of the Summer Wine, Yanks, Peirot and many others.
was purpose built along the former trackbed of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Clayton West Branch which joins the main Huddersfield to Sheffield line at Clayton West Junction. The railway has been built to 15" gauge and takes passengers on a round trip of around 55 minutes through some of the most scenic landscape in West Yorkshire.
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway provides some 18 Miles of preserved steam railway running through the spectacular scenery of the North Yorkshire Moors. The line is owned by the North York Moors Historical Railway Trust who have run the line as a living museum since 1974.
The line was constructed between 1869-1876 and has a ruling gradient of 1 in 100.
A collection of more than 60 engines, carriages, wagons and signal box.
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