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All reviews run by volunteers play park sea front return trip steam engine thomas the tank engine fat controller fun train thank you for a lovely special trip steam loco great ride two young children kids love train driver during school holidays mince pies
Inexpensive ride for a family to get an easy and quick view of the coast. Useful on a cold and windy day!
We stayed on for the return trip from the fair side so did get to see the engine house, which looked interesting.
Visited on a wet Sunday afternoon with a group of friends as a little gathering for my Son's 3rd birthday. The staff were so friendly and helpful, although not booked as anything special my son was made to feel very special when they learnt it...More
This little railway which runs along hayling sea front to beach lands is a real treat especially for children who will love this trip.The railway is maintained by volunteers who are all very nice people.you get on the train first and then a railway ticket...More
We visited Hayling Island for the first time and were surprised to see this little train. We've ridden a few of the miniature railways nearer home.
The carriages were nice and comfortable and our children were given the flags to wave which was nice. A...More
We went as a family, parents, grandparents and 2 young kids (5 & 2) on the Santa Special trip on Christmas Eve. It was done so well. The train was decorated beautifully, and Santa was there to speak to the kids before the train ride....More
Fanatatic trip on the Santa special with all my Grandchildren. The staff were all so nice and made sure we all enjoyed ourselves. The visit to see Santa was very well done and gifts well thought out for each child’s age. Will definitely be doing...More
Took my daughter and the grandchildren today, exceeded our expectations. Lovely ride on the train first, then mince pie and a drink whist we waited to see Santa in his grotto. Everyone was lovely and friendly, from the train driver, who allowed the kids to...More