KEIGHLEY TRANSPORT FESTIVAL

Expect to see the unexpected alongside classic cars, buses, steam trains, motorbikes and more.

Street theatre, music, food and activities –  a free family festival not to be missed!

WHAT'S ON

CLIFFE CASTLE PARK

• Display of heritage motor cars by Craven Old Wheels.
• Open Day at The Lion’s Den (Shed)
• Japanese Lake and fishing, gardens, worshops, skills
• Horse-drawn ‘Black Maria’ lent by KTC

Cafe & Toilets available

EAST RIDDLESDEN HALL

AIREDALE SHOPPING CENTRE

• Display of heritage motor bikes by Renaisaance Motorcycle Workshop
• PLUS family events arranged by Keighley BID

Cafes & Shops & Toilets available

RAIL STORY INGROW

• Display of rail travel through the ages in Carriage Museum & Loco Workshops & Learning Coach

Shop & Toilets available

KEIGHLEY BUS MUSEUM

• Display of motor buses of all ages + likely visiting buses

KEIGHLEY TOWN CENTRE

• Family activity arranged by Keighley BID

Cafes & Shops & Toilets available

KEIGHLEY COLLEGE CAR PARK

• Unique display of range of trolleybuses & motor buses with operated in Keighley from 1913 to 1973 Hot broth provided by Keighley Urban Meadows

KEIGHLEY CIVIC CENTRE

• Photographic display by Keighley & District Family History Society
• Working Model Rail Layouts by Aire Valley Railway Modellers Club and Keighley Model Railway Club

Cafes & Toilets available

STOCKBRIDGE WHARF (GRANBY LANE)

• Poetry Workshop (£20 entry – max 12 people)
• Rum Doodle Folk Concert (£10 entry – max 30 people)
• Interpretation & Display of life on working boat Kennet

KEIGHLEY & WORTH VALLEY RAILWAY

• Public Train Service (fares to pay) 2 heritage stream trains & heritage diesel train operating 

ABOVE KEIGHLEY

• Fly past by ‘Spitfire’ from Battle of Britain Historic Flight

ALL ROUND KEIGHLEY

Free Circular public bus service Bus Station
Ingrow (St John’s Church) – Cliffe Castle –
Stockbridge Wharf – Keighley College –
Railway Station – Bus Station
Sunday & Monday Every 15 minutes
10:00am to 5:00pm

GALLERY

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