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Platform 15

Thorpe Park Fright Nights

Walk down an abandoned railway line in search of the missing Sleeper Express to discover the fate of its ghostly passengers and crew...

Theme ParkThorpe Park
Park AreaOld Town
TypeScare Maze
AudienceThrillseekers
SeasonFright Nights
Debuted2016
Platform 15

Platform 15

Platform 15 premiered at Fright Nights 2016, and was billed as the longest Fright Nights scare maze to date - a 450 metre walk down an abandoned overgrown railway line.

Visitors begin their trek at the old railway station, where they hear about the missing Sleeper Express. Walking along the track, they eventually come across the train ... and her ghostly passengers and crew. Deeper into the forest, they have the chance to explore a small town in the woodland, before entering a long dark railway tunnel...

Upon opening, the maze received widespread criticism. It follows the route of the old Canada Creek Railway behind the former Loggers Leap log flume, which is a lot of land to cover. This means the majority of the maze is sparsely themed and devoid of actors. Before dark, it's mostly a boring walk through the woodland (apart from the chance to reminisce about the former rides), and after nightfall it's a walk through empty blackness.

The maze's highlight happens when guests encounter the Sleeper Express - a genuine full sized train which used to run as Thorpe's Canada Creek Railway. Unfortunately it comes halfway through the maze: the finale is an overly long walk through a smoke filled black tunnel, which means Platform 15 lacks any real big punchy conclusion.

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Take a tour from Platform 15

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Visitors emerge from their experience

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The maze exits into almost total darkness

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Platform 15's entrance is by the old Loggers Leap bridge

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This way to Platform 15

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The scare maze begins at the old Canada Creek Railway station

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The maze ends in a smoke filled tunnel

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The maze runs around the back of Canada Creek and beside Saw: The Ride