February Half Term Events at Preserved Railways – North East and West

Paddington 2 Offical Picture
Paddington 2 Offical Picture

Looking for something to do this February Half Term? Whether with your family, friends or yourself, here are a few preserved railways in the North East and North West England open this February Half Term.

North West

East Lancashire Railway

With a wide range of activities for children, also with the Spring Diesel Gala, the East Lancashire Railway is the perfect place for all ages this Half Term.

Children’s activities include children’s craft workshop 21sth), princess academy (22nd) and spring diesel gala (17th-18th). More information can be found here

Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway

The Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway is running trains to their blue timetable from the 10th to the 18th of February.

Running throughout the week and weekend, you will have plenty time to catch a ride. More information can be found here

Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

Running both weekends and weekdays to multiple timetables, the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway offers an enjoyable day out in the February Half Term. Paddington Bear will be making an appearance on the 14th and 15th. On top of this, green timetable (10th & 17th), blue timetable (11th & 18th) and pink timetable (12th, 13th & 16th). More information can be found here

North East

Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway

The Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway will be running trains to their green timetable from the 10th to the 18th of February. After a visit to the line, you could take a walk along the coastline and enjoy the views of the sea. More information can be found here.

North Yorkshire Moors Railway

The North Yorkshire Moors Railway will be running trains to their silver timetable between the 10th to the 18th of February. Starting you enjoy in Grosmont, you could travel the line to Whitby. From there you could explore this town with many different places to see and activities todo. More information can be found here

Other information

This is only a small number of the total number of Preserved Railways in the North East and West area, with this article purely suggesting possible days out over the February Half-Term.

If you are planning to visit elsewhere in the UK, similar articles but for different areas will appear soon.