‘Bahamas’ Railtour to Carlisle 9th February 2019

As previously advertised, following the most exhaustive overhaul the locomotive has received in since 1961 and now resplendent in its Brunswick Green livery, LMS Stanier ‘Jubilee Class’ 4-6-0 no. 45596 ‘Bahamas’, is returning to the Worth Valley and, for the first time in 25 years and will run on the mainline with seats available for the general public!

Promoted by Keighley & Worth Valley Railway in partnership with Bahamas Locomotive Society, ‘Bahamas’ will run from Oxenhope to Carlisle and return on Saturday 9th February 2019. This will be a unique opportunity, the railtour being the first time that ‘Bahamas’ has completed a revenue earning run on the mainline since 1994!

If you missed out the first time round, due to a cancellation by a passenger, we have now available THREE seats in Premier Dining.

Premier dining

Enjoy First Class carriages with a full English breakfast served on the outward journey and a four course meal on the return.

Dietary requirements: Meals are provided to a set menu and we can offer a vegetarian option to our dining customers, providing the request is made in advance. On receipt of your booking confirmation, customers requiring a vegetarian alternative should email our Haworth office, admin@kwvr.co.uk, quoting your booking reference number and requesting the vegetarian option to be provided.

Regretfully, due to the constraints associated with on train catering, we are unable to offer any other special dietary requirements.

Premier dining service provided by The Gravy Train Catering Company.

Tickets: £265

To book these places please call Haworth station on 01535 645214, 09.30 – 16.30 Monday – Friday

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