Keighley and Worth Valley Steam Railway
A fantastic day out in all seasons
The Keighley and Worth Valley Steam Railway is a branch line which joins the national railway network at Keighley in the north east of England and runs five miles up the Worth Valley to Oxenhope.
The line calls at Oakworth (location of the 1979 film 'The Railway Children') and Haworth (the former home of the Brontë family).
Over the years, the Railway has appeared in many TV and film productions including Sherlock Holmes, Last of the Summer Wine, Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, Poirot, The Royal, Where The Heart Is, A Touch Of Frost, Songs Of Praise, and Pink Floyd's The Wall.
A fantastic day out in all seasons, winter visitors can visit the stations bathed in gaslight and warm themselves in front of the coal fires in the waiting rooms. In summer, the station gardens are alive with flowers. Kingfishers, herons and dippers can be seen in adjacent stream
Keighley & Worth Valley Railway,
The Railway Station,