Stonehenge Works is named after a brickworks that used to be next to the railway. Next to the station are locomotives and rolling stock not involved in passenger service. The railway's main workshops are here in a building which used to be the stables for horses which worked in the quarries.
The line does continue beyond Stonehenge Works and the railway is currently raising funds to extend services over a kilometre towards Double Arches quarry .
|Part of the impressive collection of ex-industrial locomotives at Stonehenge Works|
|The station and run around loop|
|More locomotives and stock|
|Waiting at the station|
|Passenger services may one day extend this way|
 Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith, Watford to Leighton Buzzard (Middleton Press, 2004) Fig. 114
 "Towards Double Arches", http://www.buzzrail.co.uk/static/doublearches.html