BUCKINGHAMSHIRE Railway Centre, at Quainton, is holding its last Steaming Day of half term week on Sunday, February 27.
The centre will be open from 10.30am to 4.30pm (last admission 3.30pm), with unlimited steam train rides for all.
The large visitor centre houses historic railway exhibits, including a dining car used on the Royal Train at the turn of the 19th/20th century and the recently refurbished coach used by Winston Churchill and Dwight Eisenhower for secret war strategy meetings.
There is also a museum, a gift shop and a licensed refreshment room serving hot and cold food.
Ticket prices; adults £10, senior citizen £9, children aged five to 15 £7, under-fives free.
Family ticket £27 (two adults and up to four children).
The popular miniature railway will be offering rides for all at a small extra charge – including stations, signal boxes, crossings – and even a tunnel. Contact 01296 655450 (recorded information) or 01296 655720 (weekdays 9.30m to 4.30pm) or visit www.bucksrailcentre.org