The Museum

Ingrow Loco entrance areaAccredited MuseumThe Ingrow Loco Museum is housed in the former Midland Railway goods warehouse at Ingrow Station on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway in West Yorkshire.

Since 1990, volunteer members of the ‘Bahamas’ Locomotive Society have transformed the original building into two distinct areas.

The Museum houses our collection of items of railway interest – which at present includes two of our steam locomotives Nunlow and Tiny.

Gallery in Museum

The Museum exhibition has been created and produced entirely by our own volunteers.

We are open every day (except Christmas day) from 11.00 until 16.00.

Visitors to the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway who hold a Rover Ticket can gain access to the Museum free of charge, otherwise the following entrance fees apply:
Adults – £2.50, Concessions – £2.00, Children – £1.50.
A joint ticketing arrangement has been arranged with the adjacent Museum of Rail Travel, whereby the following charges allow access to both museums at Ingrow:
Adults – £4.00, Concessions – £3.00, Children – £2.00

Working in the workshop

The Workshop area provides for the maintenance and overhaul of our locomotives and rolling stock.  Visitors to the Museum are able to view the Workshop from the upper gallery.