This is the end of the line for The Alderney Railway which runs for about two miles (3 km), from Braye Road to Mannez Quarry. The Railway which opened in 1847 is the only working railway in the Channel Islands. It was built to carry stone from the eastern end of the island to build the breakwater and the Victorian fort .
The railway is run by volunteers and operates on Easter Sunday and every Sunday during May, June and September, plus every Saturday and Sunday during July and August. It also runs on most bank holiday Mondays.
The train also hosts special events through the year including the Easter Egg and Santa Specials. Take a look at the timetable for further details.