Join us on Classic 1966 Coach “Florence” for a day trip through the Blyth Valley. On the “A-ticket Tour”, our Guide will show
you what is left of the historic railway, visiting all the stations and many parts of the line.
The Tour includes a visit to Halesworth Museum, to the Trust-owned land at Wenhaston where you can hear about our plans to start the rebuild, to the rolling stock restoration workshop, and to the famous Edwardian-style Electric Picture Palace in Southwold for a short film show.
There is some walking, but this is optional. You can bring your own picnic lunch, or enjoy (at extra cost of £7.50 per person) a Wind in the Willows picnic at the Star Inn, Wenhaston – this must be booked separately, on 01502 478240.
There are two choices of Tour – the “A-ticket” all-day Tour picks up at 10.15 at our Southwold shop, and at 11.15 at Halesworth Station, ending around 17.00: the price is £24.
The “B Ticket” Tour at £16 (pick-up only from Southwold, at 10.15) provides a guided tour of half a mile of 1879 SR trackbed, looking at our efforts to restore the railway, and appreciating the varied flora and fauna of the Blyth Valley – an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This guided walk finishes at 13.00, and we then bring you back to Southwold.
Details can be found on this website.
Contact 01502 725422 and leave a message – we will call you back to make your booking.