Over the hottest weekend ever (temperatures of up to quarante-deux!) Stephen Wiggs and I visited the Le Petit Anjou railway in the Loire Valley. This a is a one metre gauge line and a little of it remains at La
Here is Bob Mole and I at theTrust stand in the station at the Mid Suffolk Railway Gala weekend at Rockford. Also the finger of the man who took the picture for us! Great event and glad to be there.
The Leiston Works Railway and Friends Of Leiston Railway Facebook pages are well worth a visit if you haven’t come across them, with the restoration of their LMS brake van (under the supervision of our own Roger Gregory) well under
On Wednesday May 3rd, Trust volunteers laid the first two permanent panels of three-foot-gauge rails on the new Southwold Railway – 88 years after closure. This will form part of the northern of the two roads inside the new rolling
Two SRT Trustees – Ken and James – attended the Leiston Works Railway’s AGM on Tuesday 22nd, in the beautiful location of the Long Shop Museum. We were made very welcome, hearing not only about progress at the LWR, but
Several working volunteers of the Trust accepted the kind invitation from Bernie Ward of the East Anglia Transport Museum to go with them to the Yaxham Light Railway, beside the Mid-Norfolk Railway near Dereham. We got to drive historic diesels
2013 has been a year of some considerable achievement, but also of considerable frustration. The most important milestones have been the planning application for Wenhaston Station on April 30th, our purchase of 31 acres of the Blyth Valley in Wenhaston,
We were delighted last year to visit the Long Shop Museum, Leiston at the end of March 2010 for the official return to steam of shunting loco Sirapite after a 4-year restoration project. The good news is that the tract of land