Civil Engineering, Landscaping, the Heritage Train, Shows, and Early Success of the Bond Issue

Civil Engineering, Landscaping, the Heritage Train, Shows, and Early Success of the Bond Issue

Apologies to our regular readers: our usual blogger has been out of action with flu. And everyone else is far too busy working on SRT projects to write about them! Large gangs of volunteers have continued to devote their time,

Industrial archaeology “on holiday” – and wagons and trackbed

Industrial archaeology “on holiday” – and wagons and trackbed

This month Trust volunteers are spending time at the Halesworth Millennium Green, working with the Green further to improve the presentation of the Southwold railway artefacts on the trackbed at Bird’s Folly. At the locomotive shed site, after strimming 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