Category Archives: Events

Chasewater Railway Museum – This Weekend , April 6th &7th, Coal Train Weekend

Chasewater Railway Museum

This Weekend , April 6th &7th, Coal Train Weekend

Coming very soon – Burton Brewery Locomotives Day – Sunday July 15th 2018

Coming very soon –

Burton Brewery Locomotives Day

Made In Staffordshire Gala – May 26th/27th/28th

Made In Staffordshire Gala

May 26th/27th/28th


Kerr Stuart & Co. 0-4-0 “Willy” the Well-tank (RMWeb)

Bagnall 0-4-0DH built Stafford 1961, number 3207 “Leys” (Foxfield)


Events News: Made In Staffordshire Gala – May 26th/27th/28th

Made in Staffordshire Gala

Our Chasewater Railway Made in Staffordshire gala May 26th/27th/28th. 10am-5pm each day.

Details of our locos appearing during the gala.over the upcoming Bank Holiday weekend “Made in Staffordshire”

Steam loco guest is Kerr Stuart & Co. 0-4-0 “Willy” the Well-tank visiting us in its centennial year having been built in Staffordshire in 1918 and Diesel guest is last but one built Bagnall 0-4-0DH built Stafford 1961, number 3207 “Leys”. Thanks to the respective owners for allowing them to visit us.

Home fleet locos representing Staffordshire are Bagnall “Dunlop No.6” and Bagnall “Kent No.2” plus Diesel E E Baguley “Bass no.5” with Bagnall “Myfanwy” availble to view nearing the completion of her restoration.

Museum, Heritage Centre, Tea Room, Model Railway, Gift shops, Bric-A-Brac and more.

Rover Ticket prices for this event are £8.95 Adult, £7.95 Concession, £4.50 Child 3-15yrs and Non-working members with valid card, 0-2yrs free. A fantastic value family ticket is £24.95 for 2 adults and up to 2 children. No passes or vouchers valid during the gala and for everyone’s safety strictly no track/shed/signal box access without permission.

For weather & travel updates why not tune into our friends at Cannock Chase Radio FM on 89.6 & 94 FM.

There are many exhibits in the Museum made and/or used in Staffordshire – pop in and see us!

Hope to see you there.

More info:

Chasewater Railway’s Volunteer Day

Chasewater Railway’s Volunteer Day


Chasewater Railway Museum – for train and beer fans

Coming soon to Chasewater Railway 

for train and beer fans!

Next event – July 9th Burton Breweries Locomotives Day 2017


Chasewater Railway Museum – December Newsletter

Chasewater Railway Museum

December Newsletter

The latest news from the museum – not as many visitors as normal months due to the perparations for Santa’s visit, when the Heritage Centre is closed.


A Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to everyone

Chasewater Railway Museum – Coming Soon!


Chasewater Railway Museum 

Coming Soon!


Come to Chasewater Railway this Christmas and join in the festivities with our ever popular Santa specials throughout December. With a steam train ride, a visit to Santa in his grotto, age appropriate wrapped gifts, light refreshments for adults and kids all included in the price of the ticket! If you are still feeling peckish our cafe The Sidings Tea Room will be open each day to providing hot and cold drinks, food and treats.

Santa’s grotto is located in our Heritage Centre so there is plenty to see and do!

Tickets are selling extremely fast with some of our trains already fully booked!!! Be quick and book now with our online booking system, follow the link to our Santa special page and click on book tickets

You MUST pre book for our Santa specials as selling tickets on the day is not always possible.

There are no trains running and the Museum will not be open on November 20th or 27th due to preparations in the Heritage Centre…….



Chasewater Railway Museum – An Important Addition to our Archives

Chasewater Railway Museum 

A Most Important Addition to our Archives


A most important addition to the Museum’s archives is this programme of the evening’s event, held in the Heritage Centre on Friday evening, 23-9-2016

The award was presented to the Railway by Her Majesty’s Lord-Llieutenent for Staffordshire, Mr. Ian Dudson CBE Cst.

After the presentation there followed a train ride to Chasewater Heaths for the presentation of a replica crystal and scroll to the staff from the station.

On return to Brownhills West, an excellent buffet was on offer, which was enjoyed by everyone.  Congratulations to the catering staff.

Following a tour of the buildings, including the Museum, the Lord-Lieutenant departed.

At the conclusion of the evening, Mark Sealey, Chairman of the Railway, presented all working volunteers with a commemorative QAVS badge.







Chasewater Railway Museum – Another Flyer comes to light

Chasewater Railway Museum –

Another Flyer comes to light

This time it’s a Railwayana Fair and Bus Rally, held at the time, in the early eighties, when Chasewater railway was not running trains.

A few enthusiasts kept going at Chasewater trying to raise funds for the time when the railway re-started operations.

Flier Railwayana 1984


Chasewater Railway Museum – ‘Museums at Night’ event

Chasewater Railway Museum

‘Museums at Night’ event


On May 13th 2016 the Chasewater Railway Museum went ‘out on the road’ to the Museums at Night event, hosted by the Museum of Cannock Chase.

There were several other grooups there, including the Tamworth Aviation Group, Air Britain, Wedding Cars, and a group of Green Bus enthusiasts plus a display of vehicles outside.  Also in the Museum was the ongoing exhibition ‘Transport of Delight’ by Chris Holloway – well worth a visit, running till June 19th.

The event was very well organised by the Museum of Cannock Chase, it just needed a little more public support.  Perhaps the timing was not the best – 5.00pm till 8.00pm on a Friday evening, in retrospect, doesn’t seem ideal.

It was the Chasewater Railway Museum’s first event of the year and we all thoroughly enjoyed it.