Murder Mystery Trains 2017  This train is now FULL.

Murder Mystery

A murder has been committed, can you help solve the mystery.
Travel through rural Leicestershire countryside on your steam hauled dining train and solve the clues to identify the killer.

Enjoy a 3-course meal and a good selection of drinks as the plot unfolds.
The evening starts at 7:00pm at Shackerstone Station, where complementary drinks will be served before the scene is set in the Station.
You will then board the train for your journey along the line where the investigation continues. On return to Shackerstone Station the murderer will be identified.

7th October – Murder at Gopsall Hall This train is now FULL

Its 1943, England is at war with Germany.
In the sleepy village of Shackerstone close to secret Gopsall Hall radar base, the locals gather at the station for a ‘Spitfire to the Skies’ fundraiser.
But after the gruesome discovery of a body, it soon becomes apparent things are not quite what they seem. Could there be a mystery murderer hiding in plain sight? Are the rumours of spies and espionage to be believed and could they play a part in the strange goings on?
There’s only one way to find out, join us and help solve the mystery.

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All meals must be pre-booked. A menu will be sent out after you have made your booking for you to choose from.

A sample menu can be found here.

Seating Arrangements in the Dining Car

The dining tables seat four people. As they are from a bygone era, the seating arrangement is cosy. If you are booking for less than four people, be aware that you may have other diners at your table. We hope that you will see it as a chance to make new friends.

Ticket Prices

Tables of two are priced at £100.00
Tables of four are priced at £190.00
Single seats are priced at £55.00

All include a complementary drink at the start of the event, food, travel and the performance.

Access for those with mobility issues

Due to the historic design of our carriages, with their narrow doors and gangways, it is not possible to accommodate wheelchairs on the train. It is also important to note that passengers with mobility issues will need to climb up or down a step to get into or out of the train. For those who can walk a short distance, wheelchairs can be folded and carried in the brake van. To avoid problems on the day of the visit, we strongly advise those with mobility issues seek advice from our office before booking.

Food allergies and intolerances

Please let us know of any food allergies or intolerances you or your guests may have when booking your dining experience. We are keen to accommodate alternative diets whenever possible. Please email your requirements.

Contact email enquiries@battlefieldline.co.uk