Rushden Transport Museum and Railway

Rushden Transport Museum and Railway

The Rushden Transport Museum and Railway otherwise known as the Rushden Historical transport society and goods shed is located in Rushden, Northamptonshire.

What is there to do at Rushden Transport Museum and Railway?

It is situated in the Old Midland railway Station which was first in use in 1894. This once formed part of the Wellingborough to Higham Ferrers branch line. It houses a range of transport-related exhibits from the area. There are four station rooms which now hose transport related items from the local area.

The Heritage Railway has a wide range of rolling stock and runs selected stock on event days. They have over half a mile of track which runs a diesel unit on passenger event days with steam and diesel locomotives currently undergoing restoration. All passenger rides comprise two journeys between Rushden station and the end of the line at Prospect Avenue. This takes approximately 15 minutes.

Further Information

Is there food and drink available?

There is a cafe serving food and drinks.

What are the main things to do?

A museum located in the Victorian Midland railway Station plus railway running days. There are toilets and a cafe.

What are the ticket prices?

The museum is free to visit. There is a charge for their events/train rides.

Is there parking?

There is parking nearby.

When are they open?

The museum and railway have limited and varying opening times and days. For up-to-date opening times and dates please visit their website.

Are they accessible?

Please contact the venue.

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