Steam Works, Halesworth Museum, Heritage Train, and some Trees

The Trust’s Architect and Trustee John Bennett has provided a Portacabin on our new land at Blyth Road, which can be used by volunteers as a staff mess, and as an onsite office. It was last used by Southwold’s lifeboat

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

A fine spring day – and another productive one

A fine spring day – and another productive one

Today, after the now-obligatory coffee at the Community Café (in which we were almost the only customers), we made the usual split into workshop and trackbed. The former team completed the locomotive carrying device for the Blyth Valley Light Railway,