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Relax & enjoy the ambience of this Heritage Steam Railway winding you gently through beautiful,North Staffordshire unspoilt countryside to the peaceful woodland halt of Dilhorne Park.

A series of special events are held throughout the year including steam galas - family events such as Thomas Tank , Halloween and Santa Specials. Museum and station facilities on site including buffet,gift shop & CAMRA award winning real ale bar'The one legged Shunter'. Disabled access onto trains (please contact in advance to check this facility).

Please contact for prices.

Educational trips.

Room hire & functions catered for.

Open for steam trains from Easter - December every Sunday & bank holiday weekend.

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Months Open: Apr-Sep, Sat, Sun, 1000-1630; Dec, Sat, Sun, 1000-1600
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes - Groups welcome discounts for 20+
Admission Price: Adults: £4.50 - £5
Children: £2 - £3
Concessions: £3.50 - £4
Family: £12 - £14
Catering: Café

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