More stock arrives, and a small railway grows: rail needed

More stock arrives, and a small railway grows:  rail needed

Many apologies for the hiatus in this blog (again) – there’s no excuse except for pressure of work.  SteamWorks moves on apace (if never quite fast enough for us):  visitors have been invited onsite over several weekends now (open days

Volunteers continue to dedicate hundreds of man-hours (and woman-hours!) to their chosen Charity

Volunteers continue to dedicate hundreds of man-hours (and woman-hours!) to their chosen Charity

Many apologies for the hiatus in this blog: we have been working very hard, and much of the work is not very photogenic. Also, the usual collapse in Southwold ‘s broadband speed, occasioned by the twenty-fold summer increase in the

Summer Progress – at three places along the trackbed

Summer Progress – at three places along the trackbed

High summer in the Blyth Valley saw continuing large teams working for the Trust – plus some new volunteers. The weather has been very kind indeed, if a little too hot and muggy. At Blyford Lane, on the Wenhaston station