To commemorate 50 years since the end of southern steam we will have two weekends with Bulleid Pacifics and a fantastic line up of locos, intensive timetable, freight train and real ale bar – don’t miss out!
We think it is the first time since the end of southern steam that you can see EIGHT Bulleid Pacifics on a railway at one time.
Four guest engines already confirmed:
35006 - Merchant Navy Class - Peninsular and Orient Line
34053 - ‘Sir Keith Park’ - Battle of Britain Class
34081 - 92 Squadron - Battle of Britain Class
34052 - Lord Dowding - Battle of Britain Class
In addition to the above guest Bulleid locos we have four in restoration that will be on display:
We are hoping to recreate the Bournemouth Belle diverted over the Mid-Hants Line - one of the Channel Island’s Tomato Special Freight train ran on the last day of steam pulled Lord Dowding.
Also running will be a permanent-way train which will include a steam crane and some flat wagons with track panels.
There will be a different permutation of trains on each Gala day - timetable to be announced next month (June)
Pay for 3 days and get 5 days with a multi-day pass!
Adult multi-day pass (all 5 days) £75
Child multi-day pass (all 5 days) £39
Adult day pass £25
Child day pass (aged 2-16 yrs) £13
Family day pass (2 Adults and 2 Children) £63
Advance tickets include all booking fees and tickets cost the same on the day.
Entry is by travel ticket only. Once tickets are purchased they cannot be changed or cancelled for any reason. Site/platform tickets, intermediate fares and discount vouchers, including Tesco Clubcard vouchers, are NOT VALID for this event.
We are unable to offer footplate rides during this event.
Drones must not be operated on or within 50m of Mid Hants Railway property.
The Company does not guarantee that the trains will arrive or depart at the times stated and reserves the right to cancel, alter or suspend any train without notice, or to substitute a different train should this be necessary for whatever reason.