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Christmas Cracker Express

For schools, nurseries & playgroups only . . .

December 5th, 6th, 7th, 12th, 13th and 14th

Christmas Cracker Express

Take a magical steam train journey along the Severn Valley in the company of Father Christmas and your classmates!

Call 01746 862387 to book

Celebrate the start of the Christmas season with your pupils, with a return steam train journey along the Severn Valley from Kidderminster to Highley. Travelling in reserved seating, each fare-paying child will receive a gift from Father Christmas.

The Christmas Cracker Express operates on December 5th, 6th, 7th, 12th, 13th and 14th.

Trains depart from Kidderminster at 10.30am or 1.15pm.


Fares for this event
Adults & Children
Babies (under 12 months)
10.30am departure
£12.50 £5.00
1.15pm departure £11.50
 Other Information
Annual Family Pass: NOT VALID
Children: 1 - 15 years (includes a present from Father Christmas)
Babies under 12 months will receive a present, but MUST NOT take up a seat.
Please read the Payment Terms and Conditions on your booking form carefully. To ensure your seats are reserved, any alterations to numbers travelling are required at least 14 days prior to travel, please email all alterations to Any tickets not cancelled by this date will be charged for in full.
Please read the booking conditions on the back of your ticket carefully. If you do not feel able to accept these conditions your tickets should be returned, at your expense, for a refund which will EXCLUDE the booking fee. Requests for refunds MUST be received 10 days prior to travel and will be at the discretion of the General Manager.
You must travel on the date and at the train time you have booked. Should you miss your departure time we will do our best to accommodate you on another train but this is NOT guaranteed.
Once you have booked your tickets, amendments will not be accepted.
Dogs (assistance dogs excepted) are NOT permitted on any of our Santa or Christmas Services.


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