Originally founded in the early 1970s as the “Wey Valley Light Railway”, this line was located around a disused pumping station in Farnham.
In 1982 the land was sold for redevelopment, and the railway track and equipment were relocated to the “Old Kiln Museum”, now known as the “Rural Life Living Museum.”
The line has since extended around the museum’s perimeter, and a small stretch of the track serves the museum’s heritage timber yard demonstration area.
The line functions as a separate entity but compliments the museum, with funds generated entirely from a small fare per passenger and through donations.
OKLR operates Sundays and most Bank Holidays from Easter to October