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Le Chemin de Fer du Bocq

Tourist train between Ciney and Bauche (Yvoir)

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Departing from Spontin station, the journey of about 1h30 will first take you to Ciney (no access at present) before returning to Spontin and pursuing to Bauche, the present end of the line. From Bauche, the train returns to Spontin, the end of the journey.

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Video of the safari "railway festival"

Did you miss the 2021 rail festival safari on the Chemin de Fer du Bocq? Want to know what a photo safari looks like on the Chemin de Fer du Bocq? Click on this link and you will know everything! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2_Sj_DxnlI Want to watch all of our videos? Do you want to subscribe to our Youtube channel? It’s here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC14Rxlfm2lfFpI3xyn_fcGg You wish to be informed of all our publications, send [email protected] (Note: To be able to access the link(s) above, first click “Read More” below.)   To review all the NEWS, click here.

New website

This January 10, our new website goes live. Uncluttered, clear, comprehensive, user-friendly, this new site should help you get to know our magnificent railway line better, but also facilitate your reservations.   You wish to be informed of all our publications, send OK to the address [email protected]   To review all the NEWS, click here.

Our 2022 season starts on February 12!

After regaining strength and vigorously during the off-season, the volunteers of the Chemin de Fer du Bocq are planning a year 2022 which promises to be rich in events, surprises and novelties! Consult the ticketing tab and you will discover all our proposals for 2022! But … other surprises await you … Stay connected. You wish to be informed of all our publications, send [email protected] To review all the NEWS, click here.

Discover the Bocq Valley aboard an old-fashioned train

Come aboard an authentic panoramic railcar from the 1950s for a guided ride through the Bocq valley, or join one of our special events such as a gastronomic meal served on board the train or a meeting with Saint-Nicolas and many others. Departing from Spontin station, the journey of about 1h30 will first take you to Ciney (no access at present) before returning to Spontin and pursuing to Bauche, the present end of the line. From Bauche, the train returns to Spontin, the end of the journey. Our four-legged friends are welcome aboard.

Are you a group or a company? Whether you are 30 or 300, we have also solutions for you, whether it be a birthday, a staff party, an incentive, a private photo safari or any other event… Visit our page “Groups and privatization” or contact us: [email protected] – Are you a photographer or film producer? Our scenic railway line and our historic material can be made available to you for your films or photos. Please contact us: [email protected].

The #1 Thing to Do in Spontin, Belgium

"Really nice place"

Really nice place for train aficionados and kids. They have some special events like lunch on rails, and Saint Nicolas party. Really a work of passion by a nice team.

– David A., Google Reviews
"Delicious meal"

We were very happy to attend to this first experience to enjoy delicious meal in this train. We appreciate very much the organisation of this event and the kindness of all the volunteers. It also was very interesting to receive all the informations about this railway line by competent persons. Nice to attend to the future experiences.

– Daniel D., Tripadvisor
"Passionate with what they do"

I think the greatest thing in the whole experience was to meet people passionate with what they do, trying to communicate to you everything they can. Kind, helpful, with humor, a bit from the "past"; please keep it that way!

– Yiannis P., Google Reviews
"Very friendly people"

Super activity! Very enthusiastic volunteers at work. By buying a ticket for the train you immediately support our heritage. Very friendly people, explanations in French and in Dutch. The possibility to have a drink in the old station before or after your trip.

– Rosanne L., Google Reviews
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