Amerton Railway

Welcome to Amerton Railway

Main Running Season to Start Soon!

Join us from the 27th of March as we start our main running season for 2024! 

2024 Events

2024 is looking like an interesting year for events at Amerton Railway. See our events page for dates and more details, including the return of Pauline Hazelwood’s Isabel & Friends our Steam Gala and Pirates and Princess day. 


Amerton Railway is a charity, dedicated to preserving the narrow gauge railway heritage of Staffordshire. The railway is maintained and operated entirely by volunteers! Would you like to help?
Contact us on Facebook or email enquiries@amertonrailway.co.uk

Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

Amerton Railway, a group of volunteers based between Stafford and Uttoxeter have been honoured with The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK. For more information and our press release please click here.

If you are able to support us in our objective to preserve the railway heritage of Staffordshire, please see the donation information on the page below:

Please click here to help support us.

Our Picnic Area is open!

Why not bring a picnic lunch and have a ride on the train to the Picnic Area at Chartley Halt where you can watch the trains go by, all included in your ticket price! For more information please see our Picnic Area page.

Please keep in touch with us through our website and Facebook page for more details of our steam and diesel train services and special events.

We are a registered charity, registration number 1015635. Amerton Railway is dedicated to preserving our narrow gauge railway heritage and is operated entirely by volunteers. We are independent from our neighbours, Amerton Farm, though we do recommend you visit them if you are visiting the railway.

Being a charity run entirely by volunteers this means our website is also written, updated and managed by volunteers. If you see an error (a date looks wrong, there’s a spelling mistake or a link doesn’t work etc) please inform us via Facebook. Whilst we try to keep the website as up to date as possible we often update the site at unsociable hours to fit in around work and family.

Our engines and carriages are heritage vehicles and are all operated and maintained by volunteers. As such, all events, services & locomotives are subject to availability. We will endeavour to update our website and Facebook Page should circumstances change.