Black Friday Deals at the RailAdvent Store

41241 on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway
Credit: RailAdvent

Its that time of the year again, and your chance to enjoy a Black Friday weekend discount on RailAdvent products.

We have made it super simple to get your discount, rather than having to search through individual products, we are offering a 12.5% discount on EVERYTHING throughout the store. All you need to do is enter the coupon code BLACKFRIDAY at the checkout, this level of discount will not be repeated again during 2018.

The discount codes will be valid until the end of the day on Cyber Monday (26th November).

Take advantage of this offer today and treat yourself to a DVD or framed print, have a browse through our store here.

You can use the discount code as many times as you like, so take advantage and treat someone to a special gift this Christmas.

Below are some of the categories you can select a product from

Railway DVDs
12×8 Framed Prints

More products can be found on the shop by clicking here – every product is available for 12.5% off!

Where Next?

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RailAdvent Online Shop
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LocoStop – The RailAdvent Community
   Come and share your railway pictures

  • I suppose, looking at your kind offering, that Rail Advent is just a standard gauge site?
    But there are quite a lot of narrow gauge lines, which some find more interesting, as being more varied, more constructive and dare I say, more thoughtful as to the future.
    You don’t find standard gauge lines with some fifteen locos in working order, running locomotives as a class, building two locos at a time, building two stations at a time or building new carriages, not only for themselves, but for other railways too.
    That is just one example – I can think of another line building a new station, having just built a new workshop of some splendour. Not many standard gauge lines build new coaches – they struggle to repair old ones and spend too much time thinking of an imaginary glorious past.
    The narrow gauge lines seem to be better at attracting young folk too, and can you wonder?
    Listen to the gnarled old enginemen mopping his (nearly always ‘his’!) engine and say ‘Things aren’t what they were when I was young…..’ busily putting off young folk. Like the one who said with horror and astonishment ‘You can’t expect someone to take charge of a steam locomotive at _twenty_?’ to which came the reply ‘There were Spitfire pilots in 1940 at age nineteen….’
    The Welsh Government subsidises apprentices. As they say, if they learn a trade in Wales, they may stay in Wales and pay taxes in Wales; otherwise they are lost to England….
    Best wishes, gyda chofion gorau,