Avon Valley Railway

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The Avon Valley Railway is offering journeys on its steam trains every Sunday during August, as well as Diesel services each Saturday. So why not come along and have a great day out - there's even the chance each Sunday (except Sunday 3rd August) to leave the train at our Avon Riverside station and take an optional 40 minute scenic boat trip along the River Avon.

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Bitton Station is situated midway between the cities of Bristol and Bath, on the A431 main road, approximately one mile from the town of Keynsham. Car parking spaces are available at Bitton station, and are free.


Bus service 332, between Bristol and Bath bus stations, sets down in Willsbridge about 200 yards from Bitton station: ask the driver for Avon Valley Railway. This service operates hourly Monday to Saturday and every two hours on Sundays and bank holidays, when it is also renumbered to 632.


From Bristol or Bath, you can ride along the popular Bristol/Bath Railway Path (Route 4 of the National Cycle Network). It follows the route of the original Bristol-Mangotsfield-Bath Midland mainline, part of which covers the existing route of the Avon Valley Railway, and its intended extension. Cycle parking stands are provided at Bitton Station.


Normal Steam DayRiver Avon Scenic Boat TripThomas DayLearn to Drive Course
Adult - £5.50
Child (3-14) - £4.00
OAP - £4.50
Family (2 Adults & 2 Children) - £15.00
Adult - £4.50
Child (3-14) - £3.00
OAP - £3.50
Adult - £12.00
Child (2-14) - £9.50
Course A - £175.00
Course B - £275.00


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Address: Avon Valley Railway Company Limited, Bitton Station, Bath Road, Bitton, Bristol, BS30 6HD, UK
Phone: +44 117 932 5538
Email: info@avonvalleyrailway.org

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