A very successful open day took place last weekend on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th September 2019. As part of ‘Bristol’s Doors Open Days’.
This particular weekend allows a once-a-year chance to look behind closed doors and discover the city’s hidden treasures.
You can explore fascinating buildings, join guided tours and enjoy a range of events and activities – all for free, and the Railway was part of it this year.
The open day was run by the Rocks Railway Trust, who have been looking after the site. The volunteers from the trust are amongst those who orchestrated the clean up of the Railway.
The open day attracted over 700 visitors to the site across the weekend.
Visitors arrived by bus and were shown into the Museum and allowed down into the bunkers.
Maggie Shapland and the committee team gave a wonderful insight to the History of the Railway.
This has made us even more excited for the future of The Rocks Railway. Watch this space for future developments and announcements.
Any questions, please do get in touch!
2 thoughts on “Railway Open Day”
Are there any plans to open up the railway for a day in the future again?
Is there any hope that the railway will be open to the public soon?
Born in Sion Hill, I remember going up & down it before the war and would love to see it again.