1. Do you accept cycles on the railway?
We are very happy to carry cycles, at a small additional charge. However accommodation is limited on some trains and for a party of eight or more we would ask that you contact us in advance so that suitable arrangements can be made.
2. Do you allow dogs on your trains?
On most trains, well behaved dogs can be carried at a nominal charge. However on some trains such as dining trains and Santa Specials, dogs cannot be accommodated except registered guide and assistance dogs which travel free of charge.
3. How do I find out what engine will be running on a specific day?
You could try the What's Running page of this website. However this is only provisional and changes may be made without notice for various reasons. If the locomotives are marked as TBA, the locomotive department do not know which engine will be running at this stage. In this case we would ask that you do not contact the railway, as it is very unlikely we will be able to help.
4. Do you accept wheelchairs?
We are delighted to accept wheelchairs and with our converted coaches, a passenger confined to a wheelchair can still enjoy the excellent views from the train. Please see our Facilities page for further details.
5. When do you operate dining trains?
All the latest information regarding our dining trains is available on the Dining Trains page of this website.
6. Can I look round the sheds?
The answer is yes and no, at Weybourne, our heavy engineering is undertaken, as a result the sheds are not accessible all the time, however our Behind the Scenes Tours allow access to the sheds, and you will be accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, who will be able to answer (the majority) any questions you may have. Occasionally tours are conducted during the summer season too, normally around weekday lunchtimes, enquire in Weybourne buffet for more information. Please do NOT try and access the sheds without permission.
We regret there is no access to our carriage sheds at Bridge 299 at any time of year