A visit to the Grosvenor Park Miniature Railway in Chester.
Upon arrival in Chester we checked out the city map in the car park by the racecourse - and lo' and behold we spotted there was a miniature railway in Grosvenor Park! We had to take a look.
|A lovely brown sign for the Grosvenor Park Miniature Railway|
Luckily the weather and timing was right so we got to have a go on it.
|The mini-miniature railway gets the thumbs-up from me|
|Grosvenor Park station - the start and terminus and only station on the line|
|The train shed|
|The engine in use on our visit|
The engine makes a relatively short loop of the park, with no tunnels. Although it does go across a long bridge next to a duck pond - and the sound as it goes along the bridge is marvellous.
|The train next to the pond|
|About to cross the bridge|
An adult fare is £1.50 (or three rides for £2.50). Take a look at the Grosvenor Park Miniature Railway Facebook page for more information.
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- Miniature Railways
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