Chasewater Railway

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The Chasewater Railway operates heritage steam and diesel trains.

A round trip of nearly 4 miles takes about 45 minutes.

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Chasewater Railway Museum

Visitors can view a vast array of railway items, many from the 1800s. Although we try to focus on artefacts associated with the local area, with its strong links with the coal mining industry, our collections include items from much further afield. You dont have to be an expert on railways to appreciate the inspirational displays.

Visitors are able to view a number of historic wagons and passenger coaches (the oldest having been built in 1875) which are part of our wider heritage collection. Many have strong local and regional connections, and all are of importance within the nation's railway heritage.




How to get here


The main entrance to the park is Pool Road, a slip road leading off the southbound A5 (Watling Street) just south of its junction with the A452 (Chester Road). Brown tourism direction signs are provided on the northbound and southbound carriageways of the A5 in the vicinity of the park.

If travelling along the A452 (Chester Road) from Walsall/Brownhills, turn right on to the southbound A5 at the "Rising Sun" Island and follow the brown tourism direction signs on the A5.
Following the signs, turn left into the park immediately after passing over the M6 Toll Road. Continue through the park until reaching Brownhills West Station.


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Address: Chasewater Railway, Chasewater Country Park, Pool Road, Nr. Brownhills, Staffordshire WS8 7NL, UK
Phone: +44 1543 452 623

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