Starting on 13th May at RAIL STORY, Ingrow West station, Science Stars Science Club will introduce children to the wonders of science in a fun and highly imaginative, inspiring environment. Our sessions are crammed full of exciting science experiments that are practical and exciting as well as educational and intuitive.
Science Stars meets alternate Saturdays to enable young people between the ages of 8 and 13 to carry out crazy experiments in a unique heritage railway environment.
Places are limited so you must book by phone or email in advance giving your child’s name, age and contact phone number.
To book your place or for more information contact Deborah Cross on 07825 632123 or email email@example.com.
Dates: 13th & 27th May, 10th & 24th June and 8th & 22nd July 2017
What Time?: 10:00 — 12:00
Age: 8 – 13
Cost?: £3.00 per session
Where?: The Learning Coach, Ingrow West Station, South Street, Keighley, BD21 5AX
The Bahamas Locomotive Society and the Vintage Carriages Trust will be fully participating in the Heritage Open Days this September, and RAIL STORY will be fully open, with free access and tours of the Locomotive Shed, Carriage Works, Ingrow station and the Learning Coach over all four days.
A locomotive will be in steam in Ingrow Yard on at least one of the Open Days. Visitors will have access to ‘behind the scenes’ tours of the various locations at Ingrow, and there will also be activities for youngsters.
This will be one of the major West Yorkshire Heritage Open Day events and will be a first for the KWVR, who are one of the relatively few heritage railways participating.
- Thursday 8 September: 11:00-16:00
- Friday 9 September: 11:00-16:00
- Saturday 10 September: 11:00-16:00
- Sunday 11 September: 11:00-16:00
No booking required
Max 12 people per tour/session.
For more information on this and other venues visit the Heritage Open Days website
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.