A pair of Permaquip ballast packers, 74058 and 74059, photographed from the Platform
Louise seen from the Toad brakevan
Louise is a beautifully restored Hunslet 0-6-0 diesel hydraulic loco, works number 6590 from 1967.
Another view of Louise
Louise (Hunslet 6590/1967) with the brakevan photographed from the track which runs alongside the first part of the line
A closer view of Louise (Hunslet 6590/1967)
And another shot of Louise
Permaquip ballast packers 74058 and 74059 from the Heritage Centre side of the railway
Swindon built BR loco 14 901
Louise and the Toad, this time highlighting the brakevan.
Yorkshire Engine 2895/1964 Earl of Strafford in the rather cluttered yard.
Mardy Monster (Peckett 2150/1954), seen in the yard, is a very large and powerful 0-6-0 saddle tank
Countess Fit\william seen from the other side, with a ladder in the way!
A general shot of the station, with Louise and the brakevan framed by the hoist and the only view I have of the Wickham (which I think is 10645 of 1972)
Another view of Mardy Monster (Peckett 2150/1954)
One of the Sentinel locos in the shed. It was not possible to identify it further
The only shot I was able to get of War Department 72229 (Drewry 2184/1945), seen on the left with Earl of Strafford on the right
Louise (Hunslet 6590/1967) departing the platform and approaching the level crossing
Countess Fitzwilliam (Ruston & Hornsby 544996/1968 seen from between two coaches