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Mangapps will be open, with trains running, every day between October 23rd and 31st. Normal times and fares will apply.


Following yesterday's (Sept 14th) Government announcement regarding future Covid 19 policy, we have decided to continue our current arrangements until further notice. We shall therefore continue to open, with diesel trains operating, every Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday throughout October and onward, as long as justified by public demand and allowed by any Government restrictions.

We have received many enquiries regarding Christmas arrangements this year, but regret that we shall not be running our usual Santa Specials, This difficult decision is based on our experience last year and that of other heritage railways, who found themselves suddenly "locked down" during December, thus wasting investment in time and money, disruption and disappointment to customers. We hope to continue normal operation into December and, if this proves possible, will decorate our trains, stations and museum as usual.


 " D2325 draws a passenger train into Mangapps Station during August 2020. She'll be back at work from May 22nd 2021!"



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Welcome to the Mangapps Railway Website
In addition to constantly adding to our collection and improving
the Railway and Museum, we are also undertaking
a major and ongoing overhaul of this website.

We hope that you find the result interesting and enjoyable.


mangapps railway museum

Mangapps Railway Museum is a privately owned working railway and museum established on a farm at Burnham on Crouch, Essex.  It features a ¾ mile standard gauge passenger carrying line, with restored stations, signal boxes and ancillary equipment removed from various sites throughout East Anglia and beyond. 

To operate the line the Railway has 18 steam and diesel locomotives and over 80 carriages and wagons, some of considerable historic and technical interest.

mangapps railway museum
mangapps railway museum

To complement the working Railway, the Museum has a collection of smaller railway relics which is one of the largest of its kind in Britain. 

This collection contains historic items connected with every aspect of railway operation and has a particular bias towards the railways of East Anglia and Railway signalling - in fact the signalling collection is believed to be the largest on public display in Britain.

The Railway and Museum are owned and operated by the Jolly family assisted by a dedicated staff of volunteers.

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