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The Isle of Wight Steam Railway has announced that they will be reopening from Monday 12th of April 2021.
With changes to COVID-19 restrictions due to take place over the coming months, taking us slowly out of full national lockdown, Monday 12th of April is the earliest date the Isle of Wight Steam Railway can open its stations and run steam train services once again.
To further add to the occasion, 2021 marks the 50th Anniversary of the first train to run on the Isle of Wight Steam Railway, with April 12th set to be the first day trains run in 2021.
41298 at the Isle of Wight Steam Railway in 2016 // Credit Isle of Wight Steam Railway
Facilities onsite openings are as follows:
Safety of passengers, staff, and volunteers is a top priority, with full details on how you can help ensure safety available on the Railway’s website.
The Railway advises anyone considering visiting the heritage line to pre-book tickets when available via the Railway’s website.
This article first appeared on www.railadvent.co.uk
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