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Run to Kempton Park Pumping Station

17 May 2015

Meet at Yateley Village Hall, Old School Lane, GU46 6NG at 10am for a 10.15am start.  No facilities available at the hall but a member has offered his home just a short walk away.

Taking a tortuous route to get to Kempton Steam Museum keeping off the main roads.  The 40 mile route includes a famous landmark, country lanes and getting up close and personal with the River Thames.  It may be possible to stop close to our destination to use facilities at a local pub, this depends on how good the weather is on the day as parking may be a problem here.

Admission to the museum is a greatly reduced price of £5 per person.  Each person will be issued with a wristband so they can wander around at leisure.

Refreshments are available all day, including home-made sausage rolls and cakes.  You may wish to bring your own picnic.

The cars will be parked on the forecourt opposite the museum or, if there is space, on the paved area in front of the building.

The big engine will be in steam and this is a special event weekend with stationary engines also on display including Gardners and a Crossley, plus fascinating models made by their volunteers .  Free guided tours of the second big engine that is not in steam.

The first steaming will be at 11.30am, then at 12.30pm, 2pm and 3pm.

The narrow-gauge railway will be running all day at a cost of £2 per ride.



Venue: Kempton Park Pumping Station (Visit Website)

Location: Snakey Lane, Hanworth, Middlesex, TW13 6XH (Go to map)

Cost: £5 per person payable on the day

plus processing fee

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