Enjoy a 3 mile return trip along our riverside line - Download Your Copy Of Our 2017 Brochure and plan your visit. RSR Has A Big & Varied Collection Of Steam & Diesel Locomotives - You Can Read All Their Histories Online Hire our Diesel Railbus for School Visits & Private Groups - Educational Packages Available - Bookings Open Great Events For All The Family - Next - Mr Ribble's Friendly Engines & Steam Gala

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 The Ribble Steam Railway, situated on Preston Dock, are open for train rides every weekend from May to September.

There is no need to book and your day ticket allows you to travel as often as you like on the three mile scenic return trip across the dock and alongside the banks of the River Ribble. 

Enjoy a close up look at our Museum Engines and visit our Workshops to see Restoration underway.

Day Ticket - includes entry to the Museum, Workshop and Unlimited Train Rides (& Free Parking on site)

TICKET

Adults £7.00 
Children £4.50 Children under 3: Free
Concessions £4.50
Family £20.00 (2 Adults plus 2 Children)
* Disabled visitors and their carers are charged at Concession rate
* We do not do advance bookings - you just turn up and pay on the day

A 3 mile return trip over the dock swing bridge and alongside the River Ribble.
Timetable (Saturday / Sunday) Dept Museum Platform at 1100 / 1200 / 1300 / 1400 / 1500 / 1600

Disabled Access throughout the site and on train.

Cafe & Souvenir Shop / Buffet Car - Real Ales Bar on certain services

PLEASE NOTE A SLIGHT INCREASE ON PRICES FOR SPECIAL EVENTS / GALA DAYS ETC...

A great day out whatever the weather!

TIME TICKET

Please Note: Due to a locomotive failure the Class 03 will replace the steam locomotive on the 12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 15:00 and 16:00 departures 19th August

Sunday 20th August will be Diesel hauled trains with our 1960's built Class 03 shunter D2148.

Train Rides on the hour from our Museum Platform 1100/1200/1300/1400/1500/1600

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Fluff was the Lakeside Railway Society's first locomotive - bought by the Society to haul works trains on what was to become the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway from the Steelworks in Barrow-in-Furness. In due course the Furness Railway Trust was established and took over all the Society's assets, including the little shunter.

The locomotive spent three years on display outside Vintage Vehicles Shildon - the "other" museum in Shildon, County Durham, next door to the NRM's Locomotion, but has now moved to the Trust's home base, the Ribble Steam Railway in Preston. The locomotive spent three years on display outside Vintage Vehicles Shildon - the "other" museum in Shildon, County Durham, next door to the NRM's Locomotion, but has now moved to the Trust's home base, the Ribble Steam Railway in Preston.

Read the story of the engine's glory days

© Ribble Steam Railway 2017

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