Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway

Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway is situated just outside of Skipton in Herriot Country. The railway runs only 4 miles between the award-winning station at Bolton Abbey and the Embsay Station which was built back in 1888. 

Most of their trains are hauled by huge restored steam tank engines, the oldest one dating all the way back to 1908. All the steam train runs happen every Sunday throughout the year and 7 days a week in the summer season making it very easy to attend to and not miss. 

This Railway tends to host special events to help give a little extra to the visitors attending. This includes Easter Egg Specials, Evening Eats, and even Santa Specials which is perfectly setup for a family day out. There is a quiet tearoom situated in Bolton Abbey Station and picnic area at both stations if you are just wanting a relaxing cuppa alongside the steam trains. 

Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway is easy as it gets to visit with the long list of free coach’s that run there and back and the free car parking which is also provided at both stations. This attraction welcome groups with reserved seating and catering that can be arranged to suit the guests requirements. 

The famous Ruins of Bolton Abbey is a fantastic place to visit on your travels here and is easy access to get to by only a 1.5 mile walk, where you could be walking in the steps of James Herriot. 

Bolton Abbey, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 6AF 

T: 01756 710614 

E: embsay.steam@btinternet.com