Midland Railway Family Day Out (2 Adults and 3 Kids) for £15 (was £38.75) @ Amazon Local - HotUKDeals
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Midland Railway Family Day Out (2 Adults and 3 Kids) for £15.00 (was £38.75) @ Amazon Local

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Went here last year on a similar offer. Great place with plenty to see. £15 is a bargain and its valid over the school holidays! Read More
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2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago
Went here last year on a similar offer. Great place with plenty to see. £15 is a bargain and its valid over the school holidays!
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#1
Did they do the moshi monsters day?
#2
Unusual to find this type of bargain during school holidays nice find heat added 8)
#3
Here's a link to the timetable

Some conditions:

Sold by Midland Railway Butterley
Buy as many as you like, send as many as you like as gifts
No booking required
Voucher valid for up to two adults and three children aged between five and fifteen years
Voucher valid for entrance to the railway museums, the country park, the demonstration signal box, the Victorian church and unrestricted train rides for the day
Customers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a paying adult
For voucher valid dates and times click here
Voucher is valid on weekends and school holidays
Voucher is not valid from 25th to 27th July and 16th to 17th August 2014
Trains may be steam or diesel hauled or diesel multiple unit
There is a supplement of £1.00 per adult and 50p per child for first class travel (when available)
Entire redeemable value of the voucher must be used in a single visit
Available for use beginning the day after purchase
The total value of the voucher is valid until 23:59 on 31st October 2014 and will expire immediately after such date
1 Like #4
Love to take my little one he loves trains but a little far but heat
#5
What a super deal! ordered and heat added. thanks o.p.
#6
thats been on Amazon for a while now, seeing as the day out rides can be anywhere between £5 to £20 a person, this is a good deal regardless of even if you bring kids at all......
#7
This is an excellent deal for a preserved line to be honest. You'd pay this just for an adult day rover on the bigger lines (Severn Valley, West Smerset, North Yorks Moors, Great Central, Gloucs. Warwicks, etc).

Edited By: TheKingSixtyTwentyFour on Jul 25, 2014 17:21
#8
Guys this deal is available on the back of parking tickets in the city
#9
Does anyone know how long the journey on the train is. And I assume they bring you back to the departing station.
#10
And you wanted heat so therefore didn't post it in the thread that has become the helpful things to do holiday thread.
Tell me I am wrong.
#11
abbiislam
Guys this deal is available on the back of parking tickets in the city
But a parking ticket is £70 or £35 if you pay quickly so that would make it very expensive ;)
#12
"Amazon Local"....I've heard it all now. Last time I checked Luxemburg wasn't all that "local" to my part of the UK. (_;)
#13
This is a great deal for any family. This is hot.
#14
bargainhunter666
And you wanted heat so therefore didn't post it in the thread that has become the helpful things to do holiday thread.
Tell me I am wrong.

I'm not sure I know what you are talking about.
1 Like #15
Sagor
Does anyone know how long the journey on the train is. And I assume they bring you back to the departing station.


From memory you start at Butterly station and the train takes you about 30mins up the line to the main museum bit. You then get the train back.
banned#16
That's a bargain!
1 Like #17
Sagor
Does anyone know how long the journey on the train is. And I assume they bring you back to the departing station.

If you start from Ripley, you travel towards Swanwick, you then travel a few miles further down the line (no station) where the train swaps ends and comes back towards Swanwick. It then heads back towards Ripley but goes through to a crappy end station (literally nothing there except a industrial estate and a view of the motorway) before swapping ends before going back to Ripley. If you stayed on the train throughout it'll be about an hour and half. However most people will get out at the return to Swanwick.
#18
ikorodu
Sagor
Does anyone know how long the journey on the train is. And I assume they bring you back to the departing station.


From memory you start at Butterly station and the train takes you about 30mins up the line to the main museum bit. You then get the train back.


nekuth
Sagor
Does anyone know how long the journey on the train is. And I assume they bring you back to the departing station.


If you start from Ripley, you travel towards Swanwick, you then travel a few miles further down the line (no station) where the train swaps ends and comes back towards Swanwick. It then heads back towards Ripley but goes through to a crappy end station (literally nothing there except a industrial estate and a view of the motorway) before swapping ends before going back to Ripley. If you stayed on the train throughout it'll be about an hour and half. However most people will get out at the return to Swanwick.


ok thanks, just weighing up if the drive to Ripley is worth it or not for the journey
1 Like #19
nekuth
Sagor
Does anyone know how long the journey on the train is. And I assume they bring you back to the departing station.
If you start from Ripley, you travel towards Swanwick, you then travel a few miles further down the line (no station) where the train swaps ends and comes back towards Swanwick. It then heads back towards Ripley but goes through to a crappy end station (literally nothing there except a industrial estate and a view of the motorway) before swapping ends before going back to Ripley. If you stayed on the train throughout it'll be about an hour and half. However most people will get out at the return to Swanwick.
To be behind a steam engine, yes it is worth the drive.
1 Like #20
Steve1205
nekuth
Sagor
Does anyone know how long the journey on the train is. And I assume they bring you back to the departing station.
If you start from Ripley, you travel towards Swanwick, you then travel a few miles further down the line (no station) where the train swaps ends and comes back towards Swanwick. It then heads back towards Ripley but goes through to a crappy end station (literally nothing there except a industrial estate and a view of the motorway) before swapping ends before going back to Ripley. If you stayed on the train throughout it'll be about an hour and half. However most people will get out at the return to Swanwick.
To be behind a steam engine, yes it is worth the drive.

We found the static displays very good too. There was plenty to fill a day.
#21
Steve1205
nekuth
Sagor
Does anyone know how long the journey on the train is. And I assume they bring you back to the departing station.
If you start from Ripley, you travel towards Swanwick, you then travel a few miles further down the line (no station) where the train swaps ends and comes back towards Swanwick. It then heads back towards Ripley but goes through to a crappy end station (literally nothing there except a industrial estate and a view of the motorway) before swapping ends before going back to Ripley. If you stayed on the train throughout it'll be about an hour and half. However most people will get out at the return to Swanwick.

To be behind a steam engine, yes it is worth the drive.


ikorodu
Steve1205
nekuth
Sagor
Does anyone know how long the journey on the train is. And I assume they bring you back to the departing station.
If you start from Ripley, you travel towards Swanwick, you then travel a few miles further down the line (no station) where the train swaps ends and comes back towards Swanwick. It then heads back towards Ripley but goes through to a crappy end station (literally nothing there except a industrial estate and a view of the motorway) before swapping ends before going back to Ripley. If you stayed on the train throughout it'll be about an hour and half. However most people will get out at the return to Swanwick.

To be behind a steam engine, yes it is worth the drive.


We found the static displays very good too. There was plenty to fill a day.


ok, thanks for your help
#22
now not available - shows "deal over"
#23
expired :(

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