Support our ‘Make Tracks for Louth’ campaign and help us restore the original railway to Louth. A lot of hard work and enthusiasm has secured the future of the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway to date, but to extend the passenger line back to Louth and make the connection to North Thoresby once again would be fabulous for both visitors and the local community.
It costs nearly £280,000 to lay a mile of track so you can see the scale of the challenge. We need to raise funds to purchase materials such as ballast, rails and sleepers before we can progress. Any donation, no matter how large or small, will be gratefully received.
Volunteering at the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway can be a very rewarding experience. if you think you could give us the gift of your time, LWR are always looking for more volunteers to help with general maintenance, the general running of the railway and the line extension. Get in touch using the contact form below to express an interest in becoming a volunteer.
We (my two friends and I) visitied Sunday last (13th Spet '20) after having to postpone the week prior and wer elucky enough to getthe last 'compartment' :) We had... 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
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
We visited this for the christmas railway visit with our children and their grandparents
The location is fine, plenty of off street parking nicely set, I love old steam... read more
8 of us attended the Santa special yesterday,its hard to believe that these events are run by volunteers.
The attention to detail, the layout, decoration, gifts etc.
Absolutely fantastic experience... read more
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