26th October 2011

Fancy doing something spooky and different this half-term? 

Dare you ride a real Ghost Train? 

On Wednesday 26th October catch the 1758 train from Stockport to Chester on the Mid Cheshire Line and for the price of your normal rail ticket you can listen to scary ghost stories with face painting and spooky goody bags for the children. 

Get off at Delamere for a frightful forest walk or go to Chester for a spine tingling stroll around the haunted city – separate charges apply.

Both the City Ghost Tour and the Forest Walk will finish in time for you to catch the 2103hrs service from Chester – 2119hrs from Delamere.

Click here to download full details.

Click here for your timetable details. 

Click here to book your Frightful Forest Walk or City Ghost City Tour.


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