Portbury // Credit: Bristol Harbour Railway
Portbury // Credit: Bristol Harbour Railway

The Bristol Harbour Railway are opening up and operating steam train rides from M Shed over the next two weekends.

The steam locomotive for your journey will be locomotive ‘Portbury’.

The steam train will be operation on Saturday 21st October, Sunday 22nd October, Saturday 28th October and Sunday 29th October 2017.

The railway will be open at M Shed from 10am until 5pm and the trains will be operation throughout the day.

The Bristol Harbour Railway was built in the 1870s by Great Western Railway. It was extended in the 1900s. After 100 years as a goods railway, it was handed over to the museum and has been a heritage railway since.

The line runs between M Shed and SS Great Britain to Ashton Bridge.

Read more about the railway and also the locomotives on the BHR website.

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