Bristol Harbour Railway Train Rides

Museums, Transport
Bristol Harbour Train
Neil Philips

As Britain’s only dockside steam railway, the Bristol Harbour Railway was built back in the 1870s before being extended in the 1900s.

After a century working as a goods railway, it was then handed over to the museum and has been run as a heritage railway ever since, and now visitors are able to pop down to enjoy a ride over the Easter Bank Holiday.

Rides start every 40 minutes.


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