Leighton Buzzard Railway

Leighton Buzzard Railway is one of England's longest and oldest narrow-gauge lines originally built in 1919 to serve the sand industry around Leighton Buzzard, with a unique collection of locomotives and rolling stock.

The railway is one of the last survivors of the 2 foot (610 mm) gauge light railways built in Britain for industrial use. The current track is just under 3 miles (4.8 kilometres) long, and features sharp curves, steep gradients, numerous level crossings and a long stretch of roadside running.

Trains operate on every Sunday until October plus Public Holidays with Wednesdays and Thursdays also during school holidays, including numerous special event days.

There is a gift shop and 'The Really Awesome Railway Cafe' (under new management) at the Page's Park terminus.

See website for details of times, fares and events.