CROWDS packed onto Keighley's steam heritage railway for its popular annual carol train.

Passengers travelled aboard decorated carriages along the five-mile line from Oxenhope to Keighley.

A choir was conducted by Canon Bruce Grainger and the Hall Royd Band played.

"At each station except Damems the train was met on the platform by members of Worth Valley churches who joined in their part of what is in effect a roving carol service," said Canon Grainger.

"At Keighley the choir sang several unaccompanied carols and afterwards a pie and pea supper was served."

Keighley & Worth Valley Railway chairman, Dr Matt Stroh, read the final lesson and thanked everyone who took part.