Spa Valley Railway » Bulletins » We're next open on 12th, 13th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 19th & 20th February!

We're next open on 12th, 13th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 19th & 20th February!

Spa Valley Railway » Bulletins » We're next open on 12th, 13th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 19th & 20th February!

Take a steam and heritage diesel train ride along the Spa Valley Railway!
 
We might be closed until February 12th but we're regularly publishing to our Facebook and Instagram feeds, click the links!
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Standard Train Rides
Tickets for our standard steam and heritage diesel train rides can be booked online here.

Tickets for train rides are valid all day, you can start and end your visit at any of our stations. You can either purchase tickets in advance or on the day. 
We also have our range of on train dining experiences taking place every operating day, details can be found here.

You can turn up and travel as many times as you like on all operating days, including travelling in the spare carriages on our evening dining services if you wish, however unless you book a dining experience food is not included! All of our stations are open but please check with High Rocks Inn directly if they are open, on some days we might not stop there when they are closed for private functions.

High Rocks - Due to the high number of private functions, trains WILL NOT stop at High Rocks on Green timetable days unless we advise otherwise. Please check with us prior to visiting.

Our next special events are:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Do you love our resident Bulleid Pacific 34053 'Sir Keith Park'?

Painting of Sir Keith Park at Lealands, as featured in Heritage Railway Magazine. The original painting has since sold!
 
Renowned watercolour artist Nigel Wade painted this beautiful hyperrealism painting of Battle of Britain Class, Sir Keith Park, in 2021 for us here at The Spa Valley Railway. Nigel regards it as his best work to date and was delighted to paint it to raise funds for the railway.
 
Limited edition signed and numbered fine art prints are also available, as are open edition prints, with a proportion of the proceeds going to the railway. Sizes, prices and ordering details can be found on the link below, which also gives details on how to enquire about purchasing the original painting.
 
This is an opportunity to acquire a fine art piece that depicts Battle of Britain 34053 'Sir Keith Park' at work on our railway, whilst also supporting the Spa Valley.
You can read more about Nigel’s work at www.nigelwadeart.com
 
 
 

 

Booking with vTicket