Take a journey through the Alme Valley in a 1960s historic VT 98 series railcar and enjoy railway romance in its purest state. The railcar became famous as the saviour of the branch line; today it operates at weekends and on public holidays between Easter and October. The journey goes from Brilon to the springs of the River Alme, where passengers have the opportunity to stop and get off for a walk. From there, the railcar travels through the romantic Alme Valley to the Forest Station at Ringelstein and then through Siddinghausen and across the Viaduct at Weiner to Büren.
Group trips at weekends are subject to prior arrangement. The two rail busses provide room for up to 100 passengers, who can look forward to a breathtaking ride through the picturesque Alme Valley.