It could be a good time to visit the railway - as the trains are generally lightly loaded and there are plenty of seats available to spread out and enjoy the journey. See the foothills of the Chilterns change from summer to autumn tints and you might also spot some of our local wildlife, and it is rather rare not to see the Red Kites whirling overhead.
All the while your steam locomotive is lazily billowing out steam past
your window or the vintage diesel is growling its way along the line on
the gentle 7-mile round trip. Our volunteers will be making their way
through the train with an at-seat service of tea, coffee and light
Also, why not make several trips along the line - your travel tickets are valid all day long, of course!
On Sunday 17 September Chinnor Windmill is open from 10.00 - 15.00 and you are welcome to make a visit and look around the restored 'mill - the site is less than 5 mins by car from Chinnor railway station or is approximately 15 mins walk. For more information about visiting Chinnor Windmill and the opening times please see here.
Trains depart Chinnor station at 11.00 (steam and vintage), 12.15 (steam and vintage diesel), 13.30 (steam and vintage diesel), 15.00 (steam and vintage diesel) and 16.30 (steam and vintage diesel). Each round trip takes approximately 45-50 minutes in duration.
PRICES: IN ADVANCE ON THE DAY BOOKING FEE
BY 18.00 DAY BEFORE
Adult (16-59 yrs) £10.00 £11.00 £2.00 per booking
Senior (60+yrs) £ 9.00 £10.00
Child* (3-15 yrs) £ 5.00 £ 6.00
Family (2 Adult + 2 Children) £25.00 £28.00
Family (1 Adult + 2 Children) £17.00 £20.00
Child (under 3 yrs) £
FREE £ FREE
- Sun 17 Sep 2017
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