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 Bank Holiday MONDAY 7th MAY 2018
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Southern 0-6-0T 'Martello' no.662
 
Southern 0-6-0T 'Martello' no.662 at the Bressingham Museum 7th of May 2018.
 
This 0-6-0T steam locomotive was built for by London, Brighton and South Coast Railway (LB&SCR) as a A1 Class. It was designed by William Stroudley. 50 locomotives of this class were built in 1872 between and 1880, all at Brighton Works.
 
Southern 0-6-0T 'Martello' at the Bressingham Museum
 
 Southern 0-6-0T 'Martello' at the Bressingham Museum on the display line on the 7th of May 2018.
 
No.62 Martello went to the Butlins Heads-of-Ayr camp in 1963 when it was no longer requied by BR. It was then loaned and later sold  to Bressingham.
 
Southern 0-6-0T 'Martello'
 
Southern 0-6-0T 'Martello' at the Bressingham Museum 7th of May 2018.
 
Being a Bank Hoiday in The UK, The sun was out and was Hot with the tress casting shadows on these platforms.
 
 
Bressingham Gardens and Railway Musuem started as part of a Market Garden. The gardens were opened first.  Then the trains were added later. It has standard gauge locomotives on a short line. and narrow gauge lines and  miniature gauge lines run around the Market Garden. There are also fair ground rides and traction engines on display. Bressingham Gardens and Railway Musuem is at Diss in Norfolk in the uk.
 
 
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Southern 0-6-0T 'Martello' no.662 is a 0-6-0T steam locomotive was built for by London, Brighton and South Coast Railway (LB&SCR) as a A1 Class. It was designed by William Stroudley. 50 locomotives of this class were built in 1872 between and 1880, all at Brighton Works.
 
 
Bressingham Gardens and Railway Musuem started as a Market Garden with the gardens were being opened first.  Then the trains were added later. It has standard gauge locomotives on a short line and narrow gauge lines and  miniature gaugelines run around the Market Garden. There are also fair ground rides and traction engines on display. Bressingham Gardens and Railway Musuem is at Diss in Norfolk in the uk.
 
Photos on this page taken at Bressingham Museum 7th of May 2018.