Recently completely refurbished, this 7.25” gauge railway has 440 yards of track, wending its way through a wilderness of willow, gorse and bracken. You get a good view of Mannez wildlife pond and the line runs close to the lighthouse.
Every Saturday from May until the end of September - from 2.30pm to 4pm.
Check on the Alderney Railway's website for other available dates and charter.
Please note that this is an open air ride and is necessarily weather dependent.
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