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There’s lots to do at Foxfield
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There’s lots to do at Foxfield!
Enjoy a range of attractions and activites at Foxfield even when the big trains aren’t running.
Please click each activity to check availability for the day you’re planning to visit. Don’t forget – the Foxfield site is free!
Train Timetable & Prices
Our 2022 timetable and calendar of events is visible on the Foxfield Calendar page. Join us for the Easter Weekend and the Platinum Jubilee Weekend too!
Foxfield Railway is open every Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays betwee March 27th 2022 until November 1st.
There’s lots to do at Foxfield even if the trains are fully booked or not running. Scroll up for more details.
Parking is free at Foxfield and all on one level. With direct access to the station & platform, it’s as easy as can be. There are disabled parkeing bays next to the station. For full information, please see our Access Statement below.
Facilities & Access
Foxfield Railway has a range of facilites to suit all our visitors. Our car park is level and there are ramps into the station and onto the platform for those on wheels.
There are accessible toilets and baby changing facilites within the station too.
Don’t forget, we also have our Refreshments buffet, Gift Shop & Miniature Railway to complete your experience.
PLEASE NOTE: Our wheelchair access coaches will be available again in 2021.
How To Find Us
Getting to Foxfield Railway couldn’t be easier. We’re within easy reach of both the M6 and M1 and about just 15 minutes from the A50.
For those of you using public transport, the nearest Bus Stop is in Blythe Bridge and just 15 minutes walk away. Our nearest mainline train station is also at Blythe Bridge.
National Rail Enquiries: 08457 484950
First Bus Company: 08456 020121