Discussion in 'Heritage Rolling Stock' started by steamwife, Dec 18, 2007.
I thought the saloon chassis was supposed to be going to the Swindon & Cricklade
Swindon and Cricklade sold it to Cambrian heritage railway I was told by tanat Valley light railway
Latest TractionAds is out; two vans for sale from Appleby Heritage Center and some Riviera Mk2 coaches, amid other things previously mentioned on this thread.
A 2' (610mm) narrow gauge 0-4-2T steam locomotive, built-in 2016 with very little use since. Viewing by arrangement at Woody Bay. Further details, photographs, and contact details of the vendor, can be found on the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway website at:
Some interesting vehicles in the Science Museum disposals list; GWR Tri-composite six wheeler, a sand wagon, and LNER Tunnel inspection coach.
I've still never seen a full list of where everything rail wise from the previous batch of proposed de-accessions actually went and I would have thought that would have been a requirement of the de-accession process.
I am aware of something non-rail related held by the Science Museum Group apparently finally being de-accessioned by them after 25-30 years of trying to extract it from there, so an independent proposal to them sometimes works as well if you are a Registered Museum and they hold something not on public display that fits with your collecting policy.
I believe the Oyster brake remained at Embsay, as for the rest, not entirely sure. More often than not, however, stock that is based at a Railway is usually earmarked to go to that very same railway, but has to go through this public process regardless.
Appeared on both WNXX and Carriage Exchange, Mk1 Driving Trailer RDB975076 has been listed for sale.
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