EMBSAY STATION

1 Station drive 9 Toilets (Ladies, Gents and Accessible, all with Baby Changing facilities)
2 Restored weighbridge building 10 Bric-A-Brac stall (entrance from platform)
3 Ticket Office (recovered from Barmouth station and restored) 11 Footbridge linking platforms 1 & 2
4 Platform 1 Waiting Room (entrance from platform) (Former Cabman’s Shelter from Ilkley station) 12 Platform 2 Waiting Room (including photographic display and some museum artefacts)
5 Station lawn (picnic area with tables) 13 Signalbox (no public access)
6 Embsay Station Bookshop (entrance from the giftshop) 14 Coal Dock (no public access) you can see the locos from the edge of the carpark
7 Giftshop (entrance from platform) 15 Workshop facilities (no public access until museum building is completed)
8 Buffet (entrance from platform)

Embsay Station Coffee Shop – a great place to wait for the train in the historic Embsay Railway Station – open most weekends.

  • Ryan’s home made cakes
  • Sandwiches
  • Snacks
  • Great coffee and a selection of teas
  • Capacity 12 seats – not suitable for coach parties!

EMBSAY STATION – SAT NAV

 

Embsay Station Postcode:

BD23 6QX

EMBSAY BOOKSHOP

Online Bookshop: embsaybookshop.co.uk

We've now launched the online version of the shop which currently boasts nearly 200 titles across a diverse range of topics, from Beer, Railways, Canals, Photography, Military History, Maritime and much more!  Visit www.embsaybookshop.co.uk to browse out online stock.

10% introductory discount available (online only) until 31st August 2018. Enter code 'johnkeavey' in the checkout area to gain your discount.

John Keavey Bookshop at Embsay Station

John Keavey was a founder member of the railway, a man full of ideas and ahead of his time. John was the founder of the Embsay Railway bookshop, a keen industrial archaeologist he organized Summer schools at the railway in the early 1970s and published many books and pamphlets on the subject. John’s enthusiasm and positive attitude was a key driver in the development of the railway. His love of books was such that I believe that had he not devoted all his time and energy to the railway’s development he would have opened his own bookshop specialising in industrial heritage, transport and railways.

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