The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway is a complete preserved branch line, 5 miles long from Keighley station to Oxenhope.
Reopened in 1968, the line has thrived ever since in no small part due to the part it has played in feature films, most famously 'The Railway Children'. The popularity of the feature film filmed on the line boosted the lines profiles and popularity that a passing loop had to be added at Damens.
The line offers a complete day out with not only plenty of walks and access to Bronte country, but a series of museums and exhibitions along the line, with the Bahamas Locomotive Society's Shed at Ingrow West, which is also home to the Vintage Carriages Trust with their exhibition and workshops. At Oxenhope is an exhibition shed, home to out of service locomotives.