Here you can look through photographs taken around Ludborough Station on Running Days and also at the Special Events which are organised by LWR throughout the year.
If you are thinking of giving us a visit you can find the dates for our Running Days and forthcoming Special Events on our calendar pages.
fascinating images of staff, workers, shunting horses, and engines blowing plumes of steam and smoke, evoke memories of days gone by and help tell the story of the East Lincolnshire Railway.
A history of the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway, from the inception of the East Lincolnshire Railway in 1845 through to the abandonment of the line in 1980 and the subsequent formation of the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway Society can be found on the History of LWR page.
Apart from our resident locomotives, LWR has has been fortunate to be able to secure on loan visits by some rare and interesting guest locos from other heritage railway groups throughout the UK.
Here you can see photographs of our own Spitfire, the Mardy Monster and other engines, as well as read about their working histories.
What a great couple of hours spent with family at a volunteer run station and train. The station is great, a flash to a bygone era and we had a... read more
Such a lovely experience. We took our almost 3 year old as he loves train and he really enjoyed it! We arranged to meet our friends there who unfortunately got... read more
Not quite what I was expecting. Cars were parked in very muddy clogged grass making it difficult to get parked. It all seemed a little chaotic when we got there.... read more
A very enjoyable entertaining treat for Christmas. All staff worked really hard for this event. Each child got a gift with their name on and the adults got a gift... read more
We took our 4 Yr and 5 months old boys on the santa train yesterday. Lovely festive feeling from the moment we stepped onto the platform, getting hot chocolate from... read more
Visited for the Santa train today with three young children (2,3 and 6) and I cannot believe how bad it was. The children were given presents in a plastic bag,... read more