The long view from the end of the loop at Abbey Station, with 3 "Odin" heading for the station.
3 "Odin" (Motor Rail 5859/1934) at Abbey Station.
A closer view of 3 "Odin" at Abbey Station.
Having changed the points the driver used muscle power to move Odin across the points.
At the other end of the line, Bridge Road Station, 2 "Atlas" (Hunslet 2463/1943) is ready to take a train to Abbey.
2 and 3 at either end of the train. 3 has been uncoupled and will run into the shed after the train has left.
3 seen running into the shed.
8 "Go-go", the Fordson tractor based locomotive (Fordson 39924/1924) refused to start all day, despite valiant attempts by the staff. Perhaps next time I visit.....
Another view of 8 "Go-Go" outside the shed.
6 "Druid" looking very smart outside the shed, is Motor Rail 8644/1941 and has been extensively rebuilt in recent years.
The only battery electric locomotive at the railway is 12 "George", Greenwood & Batley 2848/1957. Duie to it not having air brakes it was not in use during the gala.
1 "Loweco" (Lister 20449/1942) in the sidings at Bridge Road.
11 (Baguley 736/1917) also in the sidings at Bridge Road.
7 (Orenstein & Koppel 5926/1935) was on the sidings, but was under repair and not in use at the gala.
5 (Ruston 235654/1946) running light engine along the main line in order to couple onto the train for the next departure.
4 "Vulcan" (Ruston 198287/1942) waiting for its next passenger turn.
2 "Atlas" running into the shed.
5 bringing a train back towards Bridge Road Station.
Another view of 5 at Bridge Road Station
4 "Vulcan" approaching the coaching stock at Bridge Road Station.
5 running light engine towards the shed and sidings after the departure of the train behind 4.
And 5 is seen passing through the shed.
4 bringing the train into Bridge Road Station, with numbers 6 and 11 in the background, ready to take their place at the head of the next train.
3 "Odin" and 2 "Atlas" at the head of a train at Bridge Road Station.