An extremely interesting visit which you need to seek out as it is off the main road and on the electrified Island Line. The station is an original building dating back to the old steam days. As well as connections to other towns in the...更多
Our group of four arrived at 15.40, planning a quick visit and look for another day. We well aware that the site closed at 16.00. Tight but do-able.
What we weren't expecting was to be told that "We close at 4, it takes me 30...更多
We were on one of the Ryde Bus Museum Rydabus weekend trips on a vintage bus to Brading Railway station with a signal box tour. We were met off the bus with a warm welcome from Carol who was the station manager who also ran...更多
The small museum is interesting, and there is also a nice little cafe, and a small section to purchase souvenirs. The tour of the signal box can be arranged for a £1 donation, and the staff are very knowledgeable and friendly. I have visited twice...更多
As my son in law and young grand-son had visited, he recommended that we should also. So on Saturday my adult son and myself thought we would spend 30 minutes or so to see what was in the museum etc. Well two hours or more...更多
We visited here whilst we spent a day travelling the island line train and were so glad we stopped. The staff (especially Carole) in the centre/tea room were very friendly. We paid the £1 each to visit the signal box with George which was money...更多
Didn't really know that this place existed but we were on a train and I saw a sign saying that the signal box was open for tours.
My son had a go at pulling some signals and we found out later that the man showing...更多