Credit: Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway
Credit: Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway

This weekend, 21st-22nd October, the Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway in Scotland are holding their Autumn Steam Gala.

The weekend will be full of steam, photos and also fish and chips over the weekend.

Along with the gala, the railway are also holding a photo charter today (friday 20th October 2017).

Also, this is your chance to travel in the railways vintage carriages. The railway are using the Branch line set, LNER teaks and the Caledonian coaches – dating back to the 1920s.


5 locomotives will be featuring in steam at the event.

  • GWR 0-6-2T No. 5643
  • No. 7
  • No. 19
  • No. 1 Lord Roberts
  • No. 6

You can also go in the Museum of Scottish Railways and see K4 No. 61994 The Great Marquess which is on display.


The timetales are available for download.

The timetables are subject to change. The BKR reserve the right to change or amend the timetable


Day Rover
  • Adult – £25
  • Concession – £23
  • Child – £10
  • Family – £65
Two Day Rover
  • Adult – £40
  • Concession – £38
  • Child – £15
  • Family – £110
Return Tickets
  • Adult – £10
  • Concession – £9
  • Child – £6
  • Family – £28

A super event in our eyes, great fun for all the family.

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