A seaside railway will reopen tomorrow for the summer season.

Volk's Electric Railway on Brighton seafront is the world's oldest in operation.

Before the first trip of the summer at 10.15am on Good Friday there will be speeches at Aquarium Station along the seafront and the recent awards won by the railway will be unveiled.

These include the station's 2024 Railway of the Year honour given by the Heritage Railway Association.

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No prior bookings are needed to ride on the railway and customers can pay on arrival by card only.

Adult single tickets cost £5 and child single tickets are £3.20.

The railway opened in 1883 and celebrated its 140th anniversary last year. It was the first electric railway in the UK and has been expanded several times over the years.

It is currently one mile long and is one of the city's main attractions.