The restored Keef set seen at Cricket St Thomas © Hunslet Engine Co

 

 

 

 

 

Cricket St Thomas Railway 15 inch 

The Cricket St Thomas Railway first opened in 1975 and runs round part of the Cricket St Thomas Lakes & Gardens. The line is set out over 800 yards, from Lemur Wood Station along the side of a valley to Flamingo Junction. The train, which consists of an Alan Keef steam outline locomotive, and 4 articulated carriages, was refurbished in 2009 by Hunslet Engine Company, alongside the track, and is now leased to the park.

 

Address: Cricket St Thomas Lakes & Gardens, Somerset, TA20 4DD
Telephone: 01460 30111
Operator: Warner Holidays
Line Length: 800 yards, End to End
First opened: 1985

Website: Cricket St Thomas Railway Website

Park Entry Fee
Locomotives

No
Name
Type
Builder
Built
   
S/O 0-6-2DH
A.Keef
1995

 

 

 

Opening Times: Daily from May to September, from 10am to 5pm.



Fares: Free with Park Entry Fee £4.95.

CSTR Page was last updated on the 30th August 2010 with history & photo updated.

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