Visit Lincolnshire Wolds Railway
Ludborough Station, the home of LWR and a working steam railway museum, is open to the public on ‘Running Days’ and for
‘Special Events’ throughout the year. When we are not running trains you can visit the station and look around the engine shed on most
Tuesdays and Saturdays when our dedicated team of volunteers are carrying out maintenance work on our locomotives.
Guided tours can be arranged by appointment. For further information please telephone 01507 363881.
LWR has regular scheduled Steam Running Days throughout the year, giving you and your family the ideal opportunity to experience the old days of steam. Whilst you’re looking around the youngsters can let off steam and watch the trains go by in our children’s playground. You can visit our museum and end the day with a cuppa and something to eat in the Steaming Kettle Buffet.
Some of our Steam Running Days are also scheduled to accompany one of the several Special Events which are organised by LWR each year.
These events offer a great day out for all the family and now you can receive email alerts to help ensure that you never miss out!
2016 Tickets and Timetable
£7 adults | £5 seniors | £4 children (under 3 free)
Family ticket (for two adults and up to four children) £18
Trains run hourly from Ludborough station, 10.45 to 15.45** *Excluding 1940s Weekend and Santa Specials **10.45 to 16.45 for the 1940s Weekend
Steam Running Days & Special Events
Scroll through the calendar below to find the Running Days and Special Events scheduled for each month.
Find Lincolnshire Wolds Railway
Ludborough station is situated half way between the villages of Ludborough and Fulstow on the Grimsby to Louth stretch of the A16.
SatNav users should enter DN36 5SH as the destination postcode.
North East Lincolnshire
Ludborough Station Museum
The railway at Ludborough, which was part of the East Lincolnshire route running from Boston to Grimsby, is steeped in history.
Our museum at Ludborough has a collection of artefacts which help bring that history alive!