'Sir Winston Churchill' © Blenheim Palace







Blenheim Park Railway 15 inch

The Blenheim Park Railway first opened in 1975 and was a push/pull line operated by Pleasurerail, locomotives used being ‘Sir Winston Churchill’ built by G&SLE and for a short period 'Muffin' and 'Tracy-Jo'. The present day layout is longer and used as a transport function, carrying visitors to and from the Palace to the Pleasure Gardens. Trains are now pulled by new Alan Keef built loco ‘Winston’ with an older Keef locomotive in reserve.

Address: Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire OX20 1PX
Telephone: 0800 849 6500 (24hr freephone information line) or 01993 811091

Operator: Blenheim Estate
Line Length: 1000yd End to End
First opened: 1975
Blenheim Park Railway Website
Park Entry Fee

Sir Winston Churchill
S/O 0-6-2DH
Alan Keef
S/O 0-6-0DH
Alan Keef




Opening Times: Daily until 2nd November 2014

Fares: Park Entry Fee: Adults £12.50, Senior Citizen £9.30, Children £6.50. Train rides 50p for all, Under 5's Free.

BPR Page was last updated on the 2nd March 2014 with loco list updated.

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