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Welcome to Frimley Lodge Miniature Railway

Next public running days

Pre-booking of tickets is not required, unless specified otherwise. Tickets should be purchased on the day at the ticket office.

Sunday 6 October 2019 11 am - 5 pm.

Wednesday 30 October 2019 school holiday limited service 11 am - 1 pm and 2 pm - 4 pm.

Saturday 2 November 2019 Halloween Event TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE.

Sunday 3 November 2019 11 am - 4 pm.


Santa Event tickets

Tickets for the Santa Event will be on sale at the railway from 10.30 am on Sunday 6 October 2019 and Sunday 3 November 2019.

50% of available tickets will be sold on the first Sunday and the remaining 50% will be sold on the second Sunday.

Maximum of 6 tickets per family. Tickets are £5.00 each.

It is advisable to queue early, as there is only a limited number of tickets available.

Birthday parties

Please note that we can only accommodate birthday parties on regular running days and not on special event days or other times.

The railway is happy to provide parties with a train ride to help celebrate the event where the party will be able to have a train to themselves. Because the railway is staffed by volunteers, this is provided only between 12pm and 2pm during regular running dates as published, and not on special event days or other times. You can check the regular running dates on the Timetable and Fares page. If you would like to book a ride, then please contact us to see if it is possible. The cost is £20 per single run per train paid on the day. A train seats 14 people and we request that children are accompanied with sufficient adults to provide adequate supervision. Since we have little control over the weather and other external factors, we reserve the right to cancel the booking without notice (but also without cost).

Public running information

Trains normally run on the first Sunday in each month from March to November. The are a number of additional sessions during school holidays and some Bank Holidays.

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You can find further details, including ticket prices operating times etc. on the timetable page.

New members always welcome

Operating a railway involves a variety of specialist and non-specialist roles and tasks. This includes: drivers, guards, station master, ticket office, signals, track preparation and many more. If you are interested in getting involved, let us know. You can download the information leaflet by clicking on the image below.

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