UK National railway
THE KEIGHLEY AND WORTH VALLEY RAILWAY
KWVR 40th reopening Special Day in 2008
The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway ran a 40th reopening Special in 2008 from Keithley station. 41241 was the locomotive used for this train. Well done to all who those who have helped on the KWVR over the last 40 years! In 2018 it was 50 years.
0-6-0 'The Great Marquess' in Keighley station in 2008
0-6-0T Sir Berkeley and 0-6-0T Nunlow at Keighley in 2008
45212 in platform 4 at Keighley station
0-6-0T Nunlow at Keighley station in 2008
0-6-0T no.85 at Keighley station in 2008<
2-6-2T 41241 between turns in 2008.
The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway
This railway runs from Keighley to Oakwoth along the Worth Valley. There are stations at Ingrow, Damems and Harworth.
The line was closed by BR in 1962 and was then reopened by The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway in 1968. This was 101 years after the line had opened in 1867.
The railway has now been open and run by the KWVR for 50 years in 2018.
The railway was were the film The Railway Children was filmed.