Coronavirus: Which heritage railways are reopening? – Saturday 4th July 2020

The sheds at Crich Tramway Village & Museum
The sheds at Crich Tramway Village & Museum // Credit: RailAdvent

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As coronavirus guidelines begin to be eased following the announcement by Boris Johnson on the 23rd June 2020. Many railways are announcing when they can begin running trains again.

With so many railways around Britain, we thought it would be useful to have one page with dates for when the railways are reopening, and if there are any specific comments regarding their reopening.

COVID-19 is still a fast-moving pandemic, and this information is changing all the time, please contact the relevant railway before travelling to get confirmation.

If you believe we may have missed one, then please get in touch with us. If you have found this page and other parts of the RailAdvent website useful, then please consider supporting us during the pandemic with a RailAdvent Plus membership.

If you can’t head out to the individual railways, then why not help them through their COVID appeals, it has been a difficult year for these railways, and they need our help to survive!

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