Take a walk around the railway used in the filming of the Railway Children

hebden bridge hostel close to Keighley and Worth Valley heritage railway

The Oakworth to Oxenhope Steam Trail, just five miles from Hebden Bridge Hostel, is a 3 mile walk with a train trip back

Oakworth to Oxenhope Steam Trail is a  2.5 mile linear walk between two stations on the Keighley and Worth Valley heritage railway in West Yorkshire.  The journey in the opposite direction can be completed with a train ride (on a steam train if you plan ahead in the summer months) .   The Ifootpath team have provided a walk route  and Hebden Bridge hostel provides great location in private and shared rooms with self catering facilities and lots of interesting eaterys nearby.

Heritage railways are  popular filming locations for both the large and small screen. This particular heritage line was the location for one of the most iconic railway films of all time, The Railway Children, released in 1970 and starring Jenny Agutter.  At the time of filming, there were still very few heritage railways in Britain and this one was chosen as it included a tunnel, an important feature for several scenes. This walk will lead you on a journey discovering several locations from the film, including Haworth and Oakworth, and also includes a train ride through the famous tunnel for the return leg.

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