Ingrow Celebration of Film Past and Present – 1st & 2nd May

Over the decades, the Railway has been the venue for many films, the most notable of which is the Railway Children, the film synonymous with the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway. But who can forget the Second World War film when Richard Geer set hearts throbbing in Keighley in Yanks. And more recently the Great War film, Testimony of Youth, that brought home the tragic reality of World War 1.

This weekend at Rail Story, Ingrow we are celebrating the Railway and its partner’s part in the making of films past and present.

Throughout the weekend you can enjoy dressing up in a variety of costumes, having your photo in front of Lord Mayor, the promotional engine from the Railway Children film, alongside guided film tours of the Carriage Works museum.

There will be a short film show at the front the Carriage Works museum  between 11am-3pm each day showing various film clips highlighting the various films the railway has taken part in.

3 comments on “Ingrow Celebration of Film Past and Present – 1st & 2nd May

  1. Hello what we like too know is how is 90733 doing with its boiler problems she 73 year old the war ministry ever intended for any of the WD Austerity 2-8-0 to last so long a testament to a good team looking after her you should real proud of you workforce they all do a really good job I also love L&Y.R locomotive Has Goole Shed was Built in 1867 buy the L&YR and they had there main office in Goole its still there now has flats but the brick carved Cresent its still proudly displayed on the top of the building is sad that we losed a big part of history with the loss of L&Y.R locomotives in 2003 we Had the Aspinal Pug 51218 re numbered has BR 51222 Three little ducks has we call her back in the day , I member her fondly she was used for pushing 10x 16 ton wind-cutter coal wagons up the bank too the coal tipping hoist , And its still there too, And what a good day enthusiast had she only run on half ton of coal all day I do wished we saved 51222 but she end her days at Crew works of dismantling sad really she drive was Dennis Oldridge he past-way some 12 years after wards nice man he always had a smile and was very jovial spirted man I could write a book on Goole loco depot happy days your anna j

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