Day out with Thomas @ Embsay Bolton Abbey Railway (Good Friday – Easter Monday)

April 2, 2010toApril 5, 2010

Day Out With Thomas
Based on The Railway Series by The Reverend W.Awdry

Yorkshire’s Friendly Line welcomes back its favourite visitor to host ‘Day out with Thomas’ Bank Holiday weekend events. Thomas with Sir Topham Hatt, The Fat Controller will be hosting the event that always proves so popular.

Thomas and his fellow saddle tank engine Percy are looking forward to their visit to the Railway, which runs between the new award winning Bolton Abbey Station and Embsay Station built in 1888. Here many of Thomas’ young friends can visit him on the coal dock to say hello, and maybe give him a piece of coal for his fire.

Refreshments are available at the station buffet at Embsay or Mrs Kyndley’s Tea Rooms at Bolton Abbey Station. There are gift and book shops at either station together with toilets and substantial car parking and facilities for the disabled at Bolton Abbey Station.

Connecting bus services between Ilkley and Bolton Abbey railway stations will be provided free for passengers attending the Day out with Thomas event. Details of the bus services can be found further down the page.

Return trains run approximately every 30 minutes from 10:00 until 16:30 over the Bank Holiday periods.

£9.00 per person
(gift included in child fare)

www.embsayboltonabbeyrailway.org.uk