Your culture attendant: things to do in Leighton Buzzard


Price: £9.50 (adult return)
Time: 70 mins
The Leighton Buzzard Railway is a survival from the Golden Age of local steam trains. Now volunteer-run, it first opened in 1919: so take a trip on the 70-minute journey across Bedfordshire - and a century - with one of their Sunday services. Trains leave from Page's Park station, on Billington Road in Leighton Buzzard.
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