Colne Valley Railway

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Colne Valley Railway: Take a ride on an country railway. A pretty line, relocated station buildings, signal boxes and bridges all lovingly restored and rebuilt. A large and varied collection of operational vintage steam and diesel engines, carriages and wagons that represent much of our Railway Heritage is available to explore around.

Visit our new attraction for all ages. A few of our volunteers have developed a miniature railway in a Garden Environment. SM32 gauge trains run around 100 metres of track through a tunnel, stations and over bridges.

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From the M11 leaving at Junction 8 taking the A120 East bound to Braintree, At Braintree you automatically join the bypass whichever route you take. Keep on the bypass following the signs for Sudbury. Leave the bypass on the A131 Sudbury road, which is also the A1017 Haverhill road. One mile after the Braintree bypass leave the A131 taking the A1017 Haverhill road. Keep on the A1017 through Gosfield, Sible Hedingham, and past the village of Castle Hedingham (do not turn into the village). The entrance to the Railway is on the right hand side of the A1017 about one mile past the village of Castle Hedingham.

From the A1124 to Halstead. Keep on the A1124 to Sible Hedingham where you meet the A1017, turn right through Sible Hedingham keeping on the A1017rn in (do not tuto the village of Castle Hedingham). Entrance to the Railway is on the right hand side between Castle Hedingham and Great Yeldham.


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Address: Colne Valley Railway, Castle Hedingham, Essex,CO9 3DZ, UK
Phone: +44 1787 461174

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