Keighley & Worth Valley Railway
The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway is a 5-mile-long heritage railway line in West Yorkshire, with services running from Keighley to Oxenhope.
British Railways operated the last scheduled passenger train in 1961, but reopened in 1968 as a heritage railway. It is now operated by over 500 volunteers and 10 members of staff.
The trains carry over 100,000 passengers each year, making it a major attraction in the Bradford area.
Trains run every weekend, bank holidays and school holidays and other special dates. Just 20 minutes’ drive from Mercure Bradford, Bankfield Hotel, making it the perfect activity to enjoy with the whole family whilst you stay.