The Railway Station Keighley North Yorkshire BD22 8NJ

Keighley & Worth Valley Railway


Telephone: 01535 645214


The Keighley c38; Worth Valley Railway is a heritage railway running through the beautiful Brontë countryside. The Railway runs every weekend of the year and has a number of special events on week days throughout the year.

Why not buy yourself a day Rover ticket and make the most of all the fantastic attractions in the area? Not only can you travel for the whole day on the Railway you get free entry into the Rail Story museums at Ingrow West. Use the ticket to hop on and off throughout the day explore Haworth, home of the Brontë sisters or visit Oxenhope and enjoy the Exhibition Shed and a snack at Oxenhope Buffet.

Oxenhope Buffet is a British Railways Mk.1 buffet car positioned alongside the platform at our terminus station. There you can buy hot and cold drinks, soups, sandwiches, hot bites and sweets.


Additional Information:

Travel Direction:

By train, we are approximately 30 minutes from Leeds and Bradford railway stations.

If you are travelling by car, follow the M62 until you reach the M606 and then follow the signs for Bronte Country and then the Worth Valley. We are easily accessible – at only 20 minutes from Skipton and 50 minutes from Leeds.

Various buses connect to the Railway from Keighley and Hebden Bridge.

Nearest Station:

miles from Keighley

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