CHOLSEY & WALLINGFORD RAILWAY

CHOLSEY & WALLINGFORD RAILWAY

  The Bunk Line - Home of the Cholsey and Wallingford Railway Preservation Society 

Cream Teas

26th August - 2pm departure - Selling Fast


Our hugely popular Cream Teas sold out for Fathers' Day.  However you can now book for August Bank Holiday Monday.  Enjoy a cream team on 2pm departure from Wallingford.  A cream tea costs just £5 in addition to the relevant fare. 
 






Bunkfest - Singing Trains & Evening Trains Home* - 31st Aug & 1st Sept


Enjoy Wallingford's premier festival with music, dancing and beer!   Enjoy a reduced saving by booking an all weekend ticket.

As usual we will musicians on each and every train to entertain you as well as draught and bottled beers and ciders at competitive prices. We will also have a special bar on Wallingford Station.


*Evening Trains run to 11pm on Saturday evening and 6pm 

Agatha Christie Weekend

7th & 8th September



Run in conjunction with Town of Wallingford and Village of Cholsey

Agatha Christie is buried in St. Mary’s Church, right by our line in Cholsey, and the area plays host to a celebration of her works and life. Jump on the train to travel between Wallingford and Cholsey, or walk one way and get the train back past St Mary's Church and Winterbrook House








About the line

Enjoy a Heritage train ride on our rural branchline that was first opened in 1866. Our line runs through the beautiful countryside of South Oxfordshire and links the historic riverside town of Wallingford with GWR trains at Cholsey. Travel on our 1950s coaches, hauled by one of our Heritage diesels locomotives or by a visiting steam engine.


On your journey, look out for Cholsey Church, where Agatha Christie is buried, and perhaps spot the magnificent Red Kites, that are often seen flying across our line. Our line links the national railway network at Cholsey, with the historic market town of Wallingford, Oxfordshire. Wallingford and the River Thames are 10 minutes walk away where you will find Castle ruins, a Museum and a selection of shops, restaurants and pubs. Trains run on selected weekends and bank holidays throughout the year and, where available, are steam hauled. Known locally as "The Bunk", passenger services ceased in 1959. Having secured the line in 1981, the CWR Preservation Society now aims to enhance the facilities that the railway offers and to improve our Wallingford site.