Film remake gets premiere in Keighley

A remake of classic comedy thriller The Ghost Train receives its premiere at Keighley Picture House on Saturday.

Cast and crew will be in attendance when the movie – filmed on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway – makes its debut.

Canny Films spent several weeks shooting locally during autumn 2011, including night shoots at Oakworth Station.

The company wanted to recreate spooky scenes from the 1941 black-and-white movie, originally starring comedian Arthur Askey.

The story follows a group of passengers stranded at a remote station haunted by a spectral train that people often hear passing.

As the night wears on, the frightened passengers discover the dangerous truth about the train.

The premiere will be at 7pm at the Picture House in North Street. Call 01535 602561 or visit keighley.nm-cinemas.co.uk for further information.

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