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Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway is a fantastic way to see the resort of Cleethorpes. Steam and diesel locomotives on the 15" gauge track take visitors on a two-mile journey along the seafront, stopping at three stations. But the attraction is much...more
Lakeside Kings Road | Kings Road, Cleethorpes DN35 0AG, England
If you like trains then a lovely trip out. We got on st Lakeside traveled to end of line then to Cleethorpes. Got on again and back to Lakeside. Staff all very friendly. Train ride great fun in the little carriages. We enjoyed it and...More
Great little train. Round trip took about an hour. Also has smallest pub attraction. Views could be better on some areas of track as only could see grass like border mounds that blocked view, but all in all my kids and I enjoyed the visit.
Over the past couple of years we have been regular visitor to cleethorpes with our 2 year old son.He adores trains n loves going for a ride on here,he gets excited as soon as he see the station.We will be returning again soon for a...More
Old wooden carriages chugging along the coast - not a bad way to spend a morning. Pity the pub at the end was closed as it was the hottest day on record when I was there.
Could someone please dust the cobwebs around the entrance...More
A good long ride on a miniature railway - good fun especially for the kids. Runs along the coast - not that you can see much but it does ! Steam and diesel engines on the day I travelled. A little bland but the engine...More
I was really surprised with the amount of train enthusiasts but I quickly saw why. I was a bit naive at first between the difference of a light railway and a miniature railway but because both are available and the volunteer staff are really helpful...More
We came across this as we had a walk out of the thorpe park caravan park down the road. We didn't actually go on the rail journey but we did stay and have a drink at the world's smallest pub and the kids ate in...More