The hugely popular heritage railway in will steaming ahead from Saturday 22nd May following a period of closure due to the lockdown.   This beautifully preserved treasure in the heart of Royal Tunbridge Wells has been delighting visitors from around the world for decades.

On the opening weekend, Battle of Britain Steam locomotive No. 34053 ‘Sir Keith Park will take centre stage alongside Class 20 D8188 handling trains between Tunbridge Wells West and Eridge taking passengers for a journey through the beautiful High Weald which offers glimpses of historic Groombridge Place and the wonderful rock formations known as High Rocks and Eridge Rocks.

Booking is now open again and it is just £45 for a private compartment of up to 6 persons. All bookings must be made online in advance.

Bookings are now also being taken for ‘Dining in the Weald’ events on the opening weekend which includes Fish & Chip lunches, Gin & Steam and diner on board the delightful High Weald Belle dining train on Saturday 22 May 2021.  On Sunday 23 May the railway will be offering Fish & Chip lunches and Cream Teas.

For more information go to our What’s On events listing pages.

Sir Keith Park Spa Valley Railway Tunbridge Wells