The Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway
A heritage railway that runs along the southern shore of the Union and Forth and Clyde Canal, offering scenic views of the waterway.
The railway operates on a section of the former Caledonian Railway line, providing a glimpse into Scotland's railway history. Visitors can take a journey on vintage trains, explore the museum and visitor centre, and immerse themselves in the rich heritage of the railway.
An accessible carriage is available on most trains* and can accommodate wheelchairs. Wheelchairs cannot be accommodated on non-accessible carriages due to their historic nature.
*not available for some special events. Please check office website for details.
Food and drink
Visitors can enjoy light snacks, hot and cold drinks, and refreshments at the refreshment room located on-site.
The Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway features Scotand largest railway museum where visitors can learn about the history of the railway and its significance. The visitor center provides exhibits, displays, and educational resources related to the railway's heritage.
Dogs are welcome on certain parts of the train.