Santa ditched his sleigh and reindeers for a day to transport on house a Marston Vale Line and widespread some gratifying cheer.
The train, using between Bedford and Bletchley, on Saturday (December 12) was remade into a winter wonderland for a special occasion.
Marston Vale Community Rail Partnership officer Stephen Sleight said: “The Santa Special was one of many successful Community Rail Partnership events to date with 6 bustling trains, many internal families holding a event to transport on a Marston Vale Line for a initial time and a truly gratifying atmosphere.”
Santa and his group of elves were put to work holding Christmas requests from a vehement children on board.
A special present was also given to each youngster that visited a grotto.
The large bearded male was assimilated by a face painter and balloon modeller for a special tour by a heart of a Marston Vale.
All of a activities on a sight were giveaway of assign and were organized by a Marston Vale Community Rail Partnership in organisation with London Midland.
A group of 8 volunteers were on palm to assistance passengers, give out information packs and sell refreshments.
There was also a collection ob interest of Ampthill and District Rotary Club for Keech Hospice.
Many passengers took a event to revisit Ridgmont Station Heritage Centre during their journey.