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All reviews branch line fish and chip supper agatha christie friendly staff level crossing diesel train ticket office great fun well worth a visit carriage coach facilities heritage journey run weekend volunteers
Regrettably unlike most other heritage railways it does not have a serviceable steam locomotive at present. However its enthusiastic and helpful staff turn out their diesel engines to top and tail the train of two carriages. The carriages are clean and internally well restored. I...More
Stumbled upon this wonderful place on a recent visit to Wallingford, it was such a nice gentle journey along the line being pulled by diesel train, a small bar on board selling drinks and some wonderful scenery including the church where Agatha Christie is buried....More
the railway links the WR mina line at Cholsey with the town of Wallingford and runs on certain weekends during the year. this weekend had a Guinness flavour and was using two locomotives previously at the Guinness' Park Royal brewery on alternate trains. trains run...More
We held our second Royal British Legion Branch Fish and Chip Supper event on the line. The Cholsey and Wallingford Railway team were friendly supportive and great fun, they helped make the evening. We had over 40 members attend and this did not phase the...More
If you want to experience a quintessential English Branch Line, with friendly staff and a nearby market town, this is for you!
This volunteer run railway is very well thought out, with lots of things to do for all the family.
From the little ticket...More
The railway had a diesel event over the Bank Holiday weekend, and as I have never visited before, or seen any of their stock, it seemed a good time to visit. I caught the service train to Cholsey station, where the preserved train to Wallingford...More
Took my Grandchild on his first steam train trip and to meet Father Christmas, a very nice experience although for a family not cheap (No family ticket on offer) the trip was well run with all children getting to visit Father Christmas and receiving a...More
I visited the railway as part of a group of five to do some filming for our A Level Media Studies Coursework. After emailing a few weeks before we arrived in the afternoon and were over the moon with the facilities they provided. Everyone was...More