Congratulations to the Southwold Trust and all of the team working on this project.
It's a shame it has been forgotten as it's a genuine ex LNER machine.
Yes, RH&DR locos were the first steam motive power on the line (Samson & Winston Churchill were the first two)
I'm sure that when the railway first opened in 1990, a locomotive that looked a lot like a class 25NC was featured on the railway's logo.
Always think it’s a shame a few more of the stationary boiler B1s didn’t make it to Barry.
Maybe in the future, with the Halesworth group extending the line from their end, and the Southwold group from the other, there will be a golden...
Doesn’t the MNR rely on 9466 for it’s summer steam services? Could a change of ownership cause problems for them?
Just saw on the FB NNR photo page an A1X has arrived at Sheringham. Summer visitor or next overhaul contract?
I was under the impression that there was no longer public access to the GCR shed. Glad this is no longer the case
Glad to hear relations between the two groups is amicable.
Could there be scope, in the future when both sites are more developed, for something...
I was also surprised at the size of Blyth's boiler.
I don't think the opinions of the East Suffolk Flat Earth society will ever change, but I...
I think the progress with 'Blyth' is astounding. Until recently I thought the project was just a set of frames and a funnel, with funds coming in...
So the Sunday went smoothly?
That's the frustrating thing about the NNR galas, it is usually down to bad luck or external conditions beyond their control which upset the...
The NNR always seems to suffer from bad luck with it's galas. Such a shame with the immense amount of effort and hard work that goes on behind the...
Quality over quantity. Personally I'm happier to see one unusual guest rather than locomotives that are a bit more commonplace.
I was up last weekend and no sign of any work starting on the Holt bridge. Guess negotiations for land acquisition are still ongoing.
Is 419 the only visitor this year?
Thank you very much
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