The Railway Station
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Another lovely video from our Gala 😊 Thanks for sharing Tom!
We just had to share these fab images sent to us by Craig Tiley, taken on Thursday (first day of our Autumn Steam... https://t.co/oJFnrW3VO9
I posted a new video to Facebook https://t.co/yDcop8XSED
Contact West Somerset Railway
- Opening Times
Open all year
Open days depend upon train timetable, please visit the West Somerset Railway's website for up-to-date details
Various fares apply depending on length of journey. Tickets are sold for adults, seniors, children, concessions and families. Group tickets also available for parties of 16 or more.
Single ticket: from £3.80
Return ticket: from £5.60
Rover ticket: from £17.00
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- Seasonal or All Year Round?
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Visit the Gauge Museum and take a journey of discovery through more than 500 artefacts including drawings, books, photographs and models.
The beautifully restored Great Western Railway first class sleeping car built in 1897.
There are currently no events happening at West Somerset Railway.
No volunteering opportunities are available at West Somerset Railway. Find out more about volunteering here
No accommodation is currently listed. To advertise here contact us.
The Railway offers visits for schools and adult groups, including an 'Evacuee Special' for schools studying WWII. Please contact the Railway for more information.
The Railway can assist researchers with enquiries. Please contact the Railway for more information.
Commercial Hire & Services
The West Somerset Railway offers carriage hire and full train hire for private and business use. To enquire about using the Railway for your event, please contact the Railway directly.
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