Travel at the speed of a light railway
When you travel on the Leighton Buzzard Railway, you take a 65 minute journey into the vanished world of the English light railway. With its sharp curves, its
steep gradients, its level crossings, and its unique roadside running, this is a line that takes you back to a more relaxed age of transport. Built in 1919 to serve the local sand industry, it has
carried a steam passenger service since 1968.
We also have the largest collection of narrow guage locomotives in Britain. An added attraction this year is Beaudesert, our brand new diesel
At Pages Park station you will find Dobbers' Buffet - with its unique display of historic sand quarrying scenes.
Enjoy a few hours of nostalgia - visit the Leighton Buzzard Railway
Open Most Sundays and selected weekdays - call for details
Souvenir shop, picnic area, large park
Disabled Facilities Priority parking, ramp access to all facilities, tavel in comfort in our special coach
Lots of special events during the summer, steam weekend, fun days, Halloween and Christmas - call for further details
How to get there
Just half an hour from Milton Keynes. Pages Park Station is on the edge of Leighton Buzzard on the A4146 road to Hemel Hempstead. Follow the brown tourist signs once you reach Leighton Buzzard
Pages Park Station, Billington Road, Leighton Buzzard, LU7 8TN
Tel: (01525) 373888
Fax: (01525) 377814