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Visiting the Museum
The Museum is now open for 2023 with its standard opening hours on Wednesday to Sunday every week (+ bank holiday Mondays) of 10:00 to 16:30. First train is at 10:30 with the service finishing just before 16:00.

Because of limitations on the number of cars that can be accommodated in the car park, visitors to the Museum, including members, are recommended to book their entry tickets in advance to avoid disappointment. The Museum's booking app will show "Fully Booked" once the limit is reached. However, if you are arriving by train or other means and you won't require a parking space, entry to the Museum will still be possible. There is no limit on the number of visitors allowed on site.

With that in mind, please use this link to book your tickets.

2023 Railway Events
Rail Gala Weekend - Saturday & Sunday 22 & 23 July 2023
Steam trains, diesel trains, passenger trains, industrial trains and model trains.
Something for everyone!

Autumn Industrial Trains Day - Sunday 15 October 2023

2024 Railway Events
Dates for next year's events are currently being sorted out and will be published as soon as possible but you can expect similar dates to 2023.

Steam Trains
Throughout the 2023 season, on selected days and events our steam locomotive "Peter" (W G Bagnall 0-4-0ST No.2067/1918) will be used on the Museum train service.

The planned dates on which Peter will be in service can be found here.

Polar Bear
"Polar Bear" is now out of service pending boiler and mechanical repairs, a job expected to take about 2 years.
See separate news item.

A Just Giving page has been set up to raise the funds needed for this task. If you would like to help by making a donation we will be extremely grateful. Thank you in advance for your generosity. (Don't forget to use Gift Aid if you are a UK tax-payer as this increases the value of your donation by 25%)

We apologise for the non-appearence of Peldon (J FOWLER Resilient JF21295) this year. This loco is currently undergoing some heavy repairs and it will be a while before these can be completed.

Q. What do we do in the winter? A. Things like this ...

This is what we do in winter

Click here
to see us working on one of our major projects completed a few years ago.

The Way We Were

Brockham Museum 1982
Brockham 1982
Arrivals, construction and restorations
Amberley 1988
Amberley 1989 - consolidation
Amberley 1991 - 1992
Amberley 1993 style

These links will take you to a series of slideshows of the Museum's railway as it was when we were all a lot younger!
The chronology should be about right but if you spot any glaring errors or inconsistencies, then please let us know.

Thanks to Richard Cossey for the loan of the photographs from the Brockham Museum, the 1982-85 and 1988 sections.

And there's this .....

Got a question or a comment?

This link will take you to the Museum's 'contact us' page.
Please use the general enquiries email and head your message "Railway enquiry".

Use this link to

and to find out more to help you plan your visit to the Museum

LINKS: The following may be of interest.

UK & Ireland Heritage Railways
Littlehampton Miniature Railway
Twyford Waterworks Trust
Moseley Railway Trust
Statfold Barn Railway
Narrow Gauge Railway Society (NGRS)
Industrial Railway Society (IRS)
East Anglia Transport Museum (EATMS) Carlton Colville
Triang Minic Narrowgauge Railway Society
Railway & Canal Historical Society
Volk's Electric Railway Association (Brighton)

Gerry Cork & Amberley Museum - updated July 2023