Public Running Days

Public Running Days

Our railway opens to the public on the 3rd Sunday of the month (2nd Sunday in December) for rides from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM.  A list of upcoming public running days is below.

Public running days are an opportunity for members of the society to share their passion for model engineering and railways with the community.  If you have any questions about our society, its activities or the trains we operate, please don’t hesitate to ask a member.

Whilst we endeavour to have a variety of trains available for visitors to ride, operational requirements, fire restrictions and volunteer availability may mean that steam locomotives may not be operating at all times.

Ticketing Information

Please note we currently require all tickets to be purchased online.  The ticket office at our railway is closed and cannot accept cash or card payment for tickets.  To avoid disappointment, we ask that you arrive well before your ticketed time as refunds will not be possible.

Upcoming Public Running Days

There are no upcoming events at this time.
BHMSRS station overview

Important Safety Information

We want you to have a enjoyable visit to our railway, so we ask you that you adhere to a few simple instructions to make sure that your visit is a safe one.

  • Train passengers are required to sit facing forwards, keep their hands and feet inside the carriage, sit up straight and follow directions given in the interest of safety whilst riding.
  • A responsible adult is required to ride in each carriage to supervise children of kindergarten age and below.
  • Passengers should be mindful of the narrow track width of the railway and should not ride facing backwards, across two carriages or otherwise do anything that may cause instability to the train.
  • Passengers with a medical condition should consider their own safety prior to boarding a train to determine if a journey on our railway is suitable.
  • When exiting your carriage, please step out using the foot closest to the platform first.
  • Passengers should take into account that steam engines are hot, emit smoke and steam and sometimes cinders.
  • The consumption of food and drink is not permitted whilst traveling on our trains.
  • Please note that alcohol is not permitted anywhere in the grounds.