December 4, 2011 in Location Photography

Worth Valley Steam Railway

Built in 1867, this heritage line is among a small number of remaining steam locomotive railways in England, and the only one that operates a whole branch line in its original form. Situated amid beautiful green scenery in Yorkshire's Worth Valley, the route was closed in the Beeching cutbacks of 1962 but resurrected by a team of local volunteers in 1968. Click here for a virtual video ride along the Worth Valley Line.

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