There’s ghosts on the platforms and ghouls on the train… it can only be the return of the Halloween Ghost Trains!
“Anyone who visits on Halloween weekend is in for a double treat,” said Railway Chairman, John Wilson.
So are you brave enough to visit a Viking Graveyard on Halloween night? Well, the train will be stopping at the grave of King Magnus Barefoot on its travels and be warned as ghoulish things rise out of the ground before your eyes!
Doors open on the weekend before Halloween, Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 October, from 2pm till 5pm, and then there’s a spooky night time train on Halloween night – Thursday 31 October from 6pm to 9pm for anyone brave enough to come in the dark!
And also keep an eye out for Santa’s visit to the railway this December – details are already online at the railway’s website.