steam railway miniature etc in Staffordshire
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Steam & Miniature Railways Staffordshire

Includes Preserved Railways, Steam, Narrow Gauge and Miniature Railways in Staffordshire...

Staffordshire Preserved Railways, Steam, Narrow Gauge and Miniature Railways

blank tabCHURNET VALLEY RAILWAYSteam & Miniature Railways
Kingsley and Froghall Station, Froghall, Staffordshire, ST10 2HA
The Churnet Valley Railway takes you on a journey back to the classic days of railway travel on a rural line that passes through beautiful countryside known as Staffordshire's "Little Switzerland".

Our picturesque stations offer lots of interest with a complete range of visitor facilities, and there's plenty more to see and enjoy along the way.

In addition to the 10½ mile return journey along the valley, there's a taste of contrasting moorland scenery on the 16-mile round trip along the Cauldon branch. Refreshments are available at both Froghall and Cheddleton stations, and at Consall drinks from the station trolley. The Souvenir shop is sited at Froghall Station and boasts an extensive range of gifts.

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Amerton Farm, Stowe-by-Chartley, Stafford, ST18 0LA

The Amerton Railway is a 2ft gauge line, set in the rolling Staffordshire countryside, and situated at the very popular Amerton Working Farm. The Railway is home to the 1897 Bagnall-built saddle tank Isabel which became such a part of Stafford life on her plinth outside the main Stafford Station. Now you can ride behind this historic loco, and others, over our mile long railway. Steam trains operate on Sundays and Bank Holidays from the end of March until the end of October. A diesel service runs on Saturdays from Easter until the end of August. There is also a limited diesel service mid-week during the main school holidays and of course Santa Specials in December. All services are subject to availability of rolling stock.
Tel: 01785 850965
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Foxfield Railway

PO Box 1967, Stoke on Trent, ST4 8YT

The Foxfield Light Railway Society at Blythe Bridge is run as an attraction by volunteer enthusiasts on what was once a colliery line constructed in 1893 to carry coal from Foxfield Colliery to the North Staffordshire Railway at Blythe Bridge. Visitors can enjoy a 5-mile steam-hauled round trip though some of North Staffordshire's delightful countryside and view a selection of the society's collection of locomotives, rolling stock and railway relics. The "Station Buffet" provides light refreshments and there is a souvenir shop.

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Chasewater Railway

Brownhills West Station, Chasewater Country Park, Brownhills, Staffordshire, WS8 7NL
Tel: 01543 452623    Fax: 01543 452623

This volunteer run former colliery railway operates passenger trains from its principal station at Brownhills West, in Chasewater Country Park. Vintage steam and diesel trains run to Lakeside Wildfowl Reserve and to new stations at Chasewater Heaths and Chasetown (Church Street).

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Rudyard Lake Steam Railway

Rudyard Station, Rudyard, Nr. Leek, ST13 8PF
Tel: 01538 306704     E-mail:

Steam Railway gives a scenic 3 mile return trip along the side of historic Rudyard Lake. Always operates one of its 5 steam engines to pull the enclosed carriages along the lake. The railway is the best way to see and access the Lakes attractions. Voted recently the 3rd most romantic spot in the UK it was the place where the parents of Rudyard Kipling met and named their son after it to mark the event. Runs every Sunday throughout the year, April to Oct are open on Saturdays and throughout school holidays.

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