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Keighley Worth Valley Railway

Step back in time and enjoy a train ride through the heart of Brontë country.  The KWVR is a unique 5 mile branch line railway set in the heart of West Yorkshire and running heritage steam and diesel trains from Keighley to Oxenhope.

The KWVR is a standard gauge branch line and connects to the national rail network at Keighley station with direct connections to Leeds. It is famed for it's appearance in the 1970 "Railway Children" film,with many locations along the line used during filming.  Other productions include Yanks, Sherlock Holmes, Last of the Summer Wine, Treasure Hunt, Sons and Lovers, Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, Poirot, Born and Bred, The Royal, Where The Heart Is, A Touch Of Frost, Songs Of Praise, and Pink Floyd's The Wall.

Over 30 locomotives are based at the KWVR. Most can be seen by visitors, but some are housed away from public view whilst under restoration for future use.

Photo's of Keighley Station

Prototype HST Locomotive, 41001 at Keigh
locomotive Class S160 5820, nicknamed Bi
Loco 5820  leaving  Keighley station.jpg

Photo's of Ingrow Station

Ingrow station building.jpg
Guard looking out of window.jpg
Ingrow west.jpg

Photo's of Damens Station

The Hawthorn.jpg
St Michael and All Angels Church
Bronte parsonage graveyard.jpg

Photo's of Oakworth Station

Station masters Oakworth station.jpg
Oakworth station level crossing.jpg
BR Standard Class 2 2-6-0  Oakworth stat

Photo's of Haworth Station

Haworth station toilets.jpg
lSteam locomotive.jpg
Hawoth station ticket office.jpg

Photo's of Oxenhope Station

Oxenhope station lamp and sign.jpg
Guard waves of train.jpg
Direct Rail Services Class 88  88009 Dia
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