Why is the weather always like this when I decide to take a day's leave from work ?! Bleak countryside of Yorkshire. The snowy weather is back but we didn't let that stop us going out for a drive on our day off from work. Oxenhope Worth Valley Railway was our destination. Britain's last remaining complete heritage branch line runs from Keighley to Oxenhope. Oxenhope is a beautiful example of an Edwardian station, complete with coal fire and authentic advertising signs from the era. Two return fares ….. not at authentic Edwardian prices ! The platform at Oxenhope, with period lights and milk churns. One of the old railway carriages has been turned into a small cafe. The ‘tea room’ cafe. How many of my fellow Brits remember when train carriages were like this ? Even standard class had style in those days. It's actually makes a quaint little cafe and sitting there took me right back to my childhood days when I used to travel by train with my parents. And what else could I have for lunch but a British Rail pie and a mug of tea ?!