This Sunday (26 June 2016), the newly-formed Worth Valley Railway Branch of City's Supporters' Club ran a special train on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway to help promote the Bantams' season ticket campaign.
head-board prominently on the front.onefournineThe locomotive, which began its journey from Oxenhope Station at 2:00pm on Sunday, carried a very eye-catching
Upon leaving Oxenhope, the train set off on its traditional four and a half mile route through the Worth Valley, reaching stations in Haworth, Oakworth and Keighley along the way.
The train also managed to visit Damems and Ingrow stations on Sunday afternoon, spreading news of City's amazing season ticket prices at the same time!
Supporters over the age of 16 - adults, senior citizens and students - will once again be asked to pay only £149.00 for their 2016/2017 season ticket.
That amazing price works out at an average of only £6.50 a game for fans attending every match, cheaper than any other league club in the local area and offering arguably the best value anywhere to watch professional sport in the UK.
Junior season tickets will remain at only £99.00.
Disabled supporters will be asked to pay the age-appropriate price (i.e. adults £149.00, juniors £99.00).
The design of the train's head-board on Sunday harked back to the days of steam when football supporters often used excursions to get to away games.
In addition to the season ticket promotion, Bradford City Disability FC and the club mascot, Billy Bantam, traveled on the train.
The event was organised by former Friends of Bradford City chairman Mark Neale and Melanie Hanson, the production editor of KWVR's (Keighley & Worth Valley Railway) in-house 'Push and Pull' magazine.
Season Tickets for the 2016/2017 can be purchased now from the Bantams Ticket Office and online! Please click on the promotional image below for further details.