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Day Out With Thomas  

Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

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Peep peep! Join Thomas & Friends™ for a day of family fun by making tracks to a Day Out With Thomas™ at Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, the ultimate Thomas & Friends experience. Thomas, Percy, Sir Topham Hatt and Rusty & Dusty are coming all the way from the Island of Sodor for a day filled with discovery, adventure, and friendship with Thomas & Friends.

We are open from 10.30am until 5pm and Thomas and Percy both run short train rides all day long, approx. every 20 minutes from 11am-4.30pm (with a staggered break for lunch), and all the other activities run all day too (miniature train rides, singing with Sir Topham Hatt, Teacup rides etc), so come whenever you like, and stay for as long as you like! And it's all included in the ticket price!

You can also look round our stunning glass-roofed visitor centre with lovingly restored vintage steam engines on display, extensive railway museum, gift shop and café.

Visit www.buckrailcentre.org for more information and to book.

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