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Our first trip to this narrow gauge railway but certainly not our last! Okay, the line isn't that long but most of the interest, for me at least, is the various movements that take place at the ends of a trip. They have made the...More
This little railway is perfect for a day out. Lots for children and adults to do with model railway, toy railways, tractors and of course the light railway itself. A tribute to the volunteers who run it.
We took my 4 year old son here recently and he loved it. His words to me on the way home were ‘ I’ve had a perfect day mummy ‘. There’s a model railway which he loved, steam engines, a big fire engine, tractor/steam engine...More
We have 2 light railways in the Sittingbourne area. This is definitely the prettier of the 2, but unfortunately the track is so short, that it just doesn't warrent going there (especially for the cost). For me, SKLR will always get my vote. It's a...More
1 day a month. All volunteers. But they really make it a day to remember and enjoy.
Lots to see and do.
Train rides, tractor rides, steam engines to see and smell. People to talk to who really know their stuff. Even a fire engine....More
The Bredgar & Wormshill Light Railway is a hidden gem, deep in the attractive Kent countryside.This was our first visit we spent several hours enjoying watching the diminutive steam and Diesel locos and travelling along the line. Everything is beautifully run, maintained and in perfect...More
Back again but this time my brother came and he loved it!, this year was much better than last year because they have brought more steam trains for the event this year and it was so many visitors the car park was almost full this...More
A brilliant place for all the family , different events through the year . Great opportunity for kids (and big kids ) to see up close a working steam train and station . Friendly people all volunteers and enthusiasts. Take a picnic take in the...More
My first visit. Weather was not great but still hugely enjoyable. Plenty of chances to ride on the trains and take photographs. Nice tea room and access the engine shed and museum. Lots to see in there. Also on site some nice places to walk,...More