Moors Valley Railway is the South’s longest, fully signalled narrow gauge steam railway. The 7 ¼” gauge railway provides a picturesque journey of just over a mile through Moors Valley Country Park. Passengers can either travel on a single or a return journey from both of the stations, Kingsmere and Lakeside.
The 7¼” inch gauge track at Moors Valley Railway uses aluminium rails and wooden sleepers. The main ride is one mile long, but the total track length, including sidings, is about one and a half miles. Features include four foot bridges, four tunnels, one railway bridge, two signal boxes, two stations, a waiting room, a turntable, an engine shed, two carriage sheds, and several signal gantrys. There is also a shop, refreshment kiosk and two ice cream outlets.
3 Kingsmere East Signal Box 4 Kingsmere West Signal Box
5 Engine Shed 6 Goods Yard 7 Bramble Cutting
8 Footbridge and Level Crossing 9 Kings Tunnel
10 Station View Picnic Area 11 Moors Tunnel 12 Oak Tunnel
13 Tinkerbell Hill 14 Railway Bridge 15 South Tunnel
16 Play Area 17 Infant’s Play Area
18 Footbridge and Level Crossing
19 Lakeside Station, Ticket Office & Kiosk
20 Footbridge to Infant’s Play Area 21 Lakeside Wildlife Areas
22 Visitors Centre 23 Main Car Park
24 Lakeside Picnic & Event Area