Marshall from PAW Patrol to Visit Leighton Buzzard Railway

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The Leighton Buzzard Railway is delighted to announce the visit of Marshall from PAW Patrol to the fare end of its line at Stonehenge Works on Sunday 23 July.

They’ll be running non-stop trains – not stopping at level crossings as usual – which will be double the normal length at seven coaches. This is a rare event and offers a great opportunity for photographers, as well as families.

There will be five departures during the day – at 10am, 11.40am, 1.20pm, 3pm and 4.40pm. Tickets are selling fast, with some trains already more than two-thirds full.

The return trip will take 80 minutes, including 40 minutes at Stonehenge Works where, as well as the meeting Marshall, customers can visit the Stonehenge Trail offering the chance to view static engines and wagons, including a sand train as it would have run on the railway from the 1920s to 1970s. There will be a steam loco called ‘Penlee’ where children can climb in the cab and pretend to be the engine driver. There is also a bomb train from an RAF ammunition depot, and a logging train, as well as displays about sand quarrying and military railways.

The popular craft shop will be open, selling locally-made items, as well as hot and cold drinks and confectionery. There will be a guided Engine Shed Show tour at Page’s Park which will include most of the railway’s steam locomotives as well as the photographic display of the line and its construction. The newly-opened The Really Awesoome café will be open with a full menu from 10am.

Fee-free online booking is available at, and advance booking is advised to reserve your place, as its is expected there will be very limited ticket availability on the day.