A "five mile long" beer and music festival is set to take place along the railway this October. 

The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway's festival will be combine beer, music, trains and food over four days of fun. 

The festival will take place between Thursday, October 12, and Sunday, October 15.

A huge range of 170 beers will be served across the railway - 130 of which will be sold at Oxenhope Exhibition Shed.

People will be able to tuck into tapas style Indian Guji street food, pies, pastries, wood fired pizzas, grilled cheese sandwiches, burgers, and much more.

‘The Flying Landlord’ will be in service over the festival weekend, a train stocked with Timothy Taylor’s beers. 

Running along the Worth Valley all weekend, ‘The Osset Brewery Express’ will be dedicated to Ossett Brewery.

You can also expect other breweries on the day - including Saltaire Brewery, Copper Dragon Brewery, Amity Brew Co, Bridgehouse Brewery, Wishbone Brewery, Goose Eye Brewery, Bingley Brewery, Harrogate Brewery Co, and Kirkstall Brewery. 

Music lovers will be able to enjoy performances from Sons of Robin, The Tin Soldiers,The Rythm Junkies, Rock Stompers and many more.

People can buy tickets or find out more information by visiting beerandmusic.co.uk/tickets