The Epping Ongar Railway has announced that their steam hauled services this weekend will be operated by No.3890.
This was the last standard steam locomotive to be built for the UK and was the 484th locomotive of the type produced.
Built in February 1964 the locomotive worked at Cadeby Main Colliery in South Yorkshire for just 6 years. It carries its National Coal Board number of 66.
The locomotive is visiting thanks to the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre.
This weekend is your last chance to see the final part of Geoff Silcock’s photographic trilogy “Into the Morning” in the Penny Salon Gallery at Ongar station.