Leighton Buzzard Railway
Leighton Buzzard Railway

The LBRM is one of the most popular narrow-gauge railways in the country, and the top visitor attraction in Leighton Buzzard.

The line was first built in 1919 to carry sand, but since 1968 has operated steam-driven round-trip passenger services between Pages Parks and Stonehenge Works, a journey of just over an hour. The trains reach a top speed of 5.5 mph on their journey through the outskirts of town and into open countryside.

The railway also maintains the largest collection of narrow-gauge locomotives in Britain.

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About Leighton Buzzard Railway Museum
Address: Page's Park Station, Billington Road, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, England, LU7 4TN
Attraction Type: Museum
Location: Page's Park station is on the S edge of Leighton Buzzard, on the A4146. Follow brown signs rather than satnav directions for the final half-mile of the journey.
Website: Leighton Buzzard Railway Museum
Email: station@lbngrs.org.uk
Location map
OS: SP928 241
Photo Credit: Robin Webster, licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence


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