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GWR 42XX, 5205, 5275 and 72XX Classes of steam locomotives –...

Built for short-distance heavy coal trains, the 4200s and variations played a key part in the transport of Welsh coal. Once exploring the working careers...

GWR 4900 ‘Hall’ and 6959 ‘Modified Hall’ Class steam locomotives –...

The Great Western Railway's 4900 'Hall' Class were the GWR's most numerous 4-6-0 type engines ever built. They will be the focus of this week's...

Steam railtours and special railway events this March

Halfway through March and there are still plenty of events to visit this month, we are pleased to announce that railway events and railtours...

Latest Update on the restoration of steam locomotive No. 7200

The 7200 Trust have released their latest update on restoring Great Western Railway 72XX Class No. 7200. Boiler Most of the recent work carried out on...

Steam locomotive No. 6984’s Tender travels to Buckinghamshire Railway Centre to...

The tender for steam locomotive No. 6984 "Owsden Hall" has been shunted outside at the Swindon and Cricklade Railway, in readiness for transporting to the...

Half Term Events at Steam Railways – East Anglia, Home...

Looking for something to do this February Half Term? Whether with your family, friends or yourself, here are a few preserved railways in East...

Buckinghamshire Railway Centre To Hold Wedding Fair

The Buckinghamshire Railway Centre is to hold their own wedding fair this coming Sunday, 12th November 2017. Are you getting married or planning a big...

Throwback Thursdays – Episode 21 – Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

Todays Throwback Thursday episode sees us steam back to August 2013 as we take a visit to the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre - we visited...

EXCLUSIVE: The Duke – The Impossible Dream – Past, Present and...

Following on from this, we are delighted to announce that we have been contacted by The BR Class 8 Steam Locomotive Trust and they have provided us with an exclusive update on the history of the project, written by Trevor Tuckley. The update below is in its original unedited version
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