Embsay & Bolton Abbey Railway – Volunteer Open Days 21st May & 2nd June 2016

Embsay station on the Embsay & Bolton Abbey Railway
Picture Credit: Wikipedia

Are you interested in volunteering at a railway near you, but not sure what it is all about? If you live near to the Embsay & Bolton Abbey Railway near Skipton then now is your chance to find out more about volunteering.

Go to Bolton Abbey station at 9.30 am on 21 May 2016, and get the opportunity to see how the Embsay & Bolton Abbey Railway works from behind the scenes. From train driving to cleaning, ticket sales to track maintenance.

Free tea and coffee will be provided.

There will be a tour of the sites and the different departments available.

For more information, click here
The Embsay & Bolton Abbey Railway is based near Skipton in North Yorkshire, England.
It was once part of the Midland Railway from Skipton to Ilkley (which closed back in 1965).
The railway currently runs for 4 miles from Embsay to Bolton Abbey via Draughton Sidings, Holywell and Stoneacre Loop.
The railway has a long term ambition to extend the line to Addingham and Skipton.

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