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Steam Train

Chasewater Railway

Chasewater Country Park, Brownhills, Staffordshire

In the heart of the Staffordshire country side The Chasewater Railway operates heritage steam and diesel trains. The railway is open on Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays throughout the year and also Wednesdays and Saturdays throughout the Summer.  They operate a low fair policy and adult tickets are just £3.95 while children under 5 ride for free (exluding Halloween and Santa Specials) .Ample free parking is provided at Brownhills West and Chasewater Heaths Stations, which both offer refreshment facilities and gift/book shops. All trains and stations are accessible to wheelchair users and other visitors with mobility difficulties. Bicycles and dogs (on a lead) can travel free of charge. Santa Specials run during December. 

We strongly recommend you ring Chasewater Railway before you set off on your family day out, to make sure they are open and to confirm admission prices. It may also be worth visiting the website for Chasewater Railway, www.chasewaterrailway.co.uk, to see if there are any special events on the day for which you may have to book a ticket. Please also be aware that if Chasewater Railway hosts birthday parties, this may limit the access in the cafe/restaurant areas.

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  • Rated 4.0 / 5
      eteo, Mother of 2, Staffordshire
    13 Aug 2012 10:45pm
    We tend to go to their Christmas Santa Special. We had been twice. The last time we went is in december 2011. They are good as it was warm and cosy in the train and children love the decoration in the train. They get to take a train ride (about 20-30 minutes and leave on time), meet the Santa at his grotto and presents! We also get tea, pie and chocolate at the end! I think they are run by volunteers. They are not opened during monday-friday except summer/school holiday. Always check their website. Also they dont start running till 11 am on weekends. The train ride is from the main station and we stopped at the next station B for more passagers and then reached the end of the tracks. The train then detached their engine and move towards the back of the caritage. And then again they go back to station B and then to the main station. During these times, if your children wont keen to look outside (nothing much to look), you have to find somethings else to entertain them! it can be diffcult if you got one child love train and the other hate it! i had to bring snack for them in the train to keep them entertain. Free parking.