Bo'ness Station, Union Street, BO'NESS, EH51 9AQ
Historic railway buildings, including the station and train shed, have been relocated from sites all over Scotland. The Museum of Scottish Railways tells the story of the development of railways and their impact on the people of Scotland. A return trip by steam train to the tranquil country station at Birkhill now includes crossing the River Avon Viaduct on to Manuel. Thomas the Tank Engine weekends in May, August and September, and Santa Specials in December. Booking is essential for these special events.
Tel: 01506 825855
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Return fare £10 (ch 5-15 £6, concessions £9). Family £28
Museum open daily, Apr-Oct 11-4.30 (last admission 4). Train service runs most wknds & school hols Apr-Oct. See website for full details
Average visit 4hrs
Dogs not allowed in buffet car or during some special events
Assist dogs allowed all areas.
Level access to museum via visitor trail, ramps to station & adapted carriage
A904 from all directions, in town of Bo'ness, West Lothian