Heading to the Black Bun Specials at Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway over the next few days? Come and pop over to the Museum of Scottish Railways! We are open 11am-3.30pm 30-31 December and 2-3 January (last admission 3pm). #Hogmanay #choochoo
Visit Scotland's largest railway museum in Bo'ness for a family friendly day out! Visit the Museum of Scottish Railways, Scotland’s largest railway museum!
* UPDATED OPENING HOURS *
After October we are open 11 am - 3 pm for the Santa Trains weekends and Black Bun Specials on the following days:
Saturday 25th November and 2nd, 9th, 16th & 23rd December
Sunday 26th November and 3rd, 10th & 17th December
Friday 29th to Sunday 31st December
Follow the visitor trail or cross the historic footbridge at the Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway to find this hidden gem.
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Visit the Museum of Scottish Railways, Scotland’s largest railway museum! During the summer season we are open 7 days a week, from 11 am to 4.30 pm with last admission at 4 pm. The museum is closed during winter and will open again on March 23rd 2019. Follow the visitor trail or cross the historic footbridge at the Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway to find this hidden gem. We have three large buildings full of wonders – from full size locomotives to old fashioned railway signs which once adorned the walls of busy railway stations, each with a story to tell. Get hands on and discover railway history through fun interactive displays. Climb on board our vintage Glasgow Subway car and feel the past surround you. Become a signalman and pull the levers on the authentic signal lever frame and challenge your friends to work out how to operate the points. Get an insight into life aboard a travelling Post Office Coach by sorting the letters yourself and don’t miss the famous video of the Night Mail. Last year we introduced the Brass Rubbing Trail! Help yourself to a free booklet and follow the visitor trail from Bo’ness Station to the Museum finding our eight new brass rubbings on the way! Pop in to the Display Shed on the way which houses the last remaining “Glasgow Blue Train”, and a recently restored Class 126 Diesel Multiple Unit and several other heritage items of rolling stock. Admission Prices: - Adult Day Ticket (age 16 and over): £5 - Adult Annual Ticket (age 16 and over) which gives unlimited free entry for one year from the date of your first visit: £8 - Special price of £2 for one visit when purchased with your Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway ticket - Children (under 16) free admission with accompanying adult.