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Foxfield Steam Railway

Caverswall Road
Blythe Bridge
Stoke-on-Trent
Staffordshire
ST11 9BG

Experience the nostalgia of this unique Heritage Steam Railway for a five and a half mile round journey. The route winds gently through some of North Staffordshire's most picturesque countryside to the peaceful woodland halt of Dilhorne Park, before returning back to Caverswall Road Station. An extension to the railway is due to open soon and passengers will be able to experience the steep gradients that make Foxfield unique.

Caverswall Road Station is home to over 30 preserved steam and diesel locomotives, making it the largest collection in Staffordshire. Many are used for passenger service trains with a different locomotive nearly every week.

Steaming through the decades, celebrating 40 years of steam travel 1967 - 2007.

New! Driver Experiance courses available. Please call for details 01782 259667.

General information:
  • Station accessible for wheelchair users, accessible toilets and parking at station
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Tea room
  • Shop
  • Award winning bar "the one leeged shunter"
  • Museum
  • Events

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  • Directions

    Leave A50 at Blythe Bridge and follow tourist signs.

    Foxfield Steam Railway Postcode for SatNav: ST11 9BG

    Contact

     
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    +44 (0)1782 259 667 Weekdays
    +44 (0)1782 396 210 Weekends
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