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The Bressingham Railway Mueseum
Narrow Gauge 'Bevan' No.2 Bressingham Railway Mueseum on the 7th May 2018
This 2ft gauge steam locomotive named Bevan was constructed in the Bressingham workshops in 2010. It is a 0-4-0WT based on the Kerr Stuart Wren design.
This locomotives on this page were on the 'Nursery Railway', which was the first railway to be completed at Bressingham.It opened in 1968.
Bressingham Gardens and Railway Musuem started as a Market Garden and 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 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.
'George Sholto' No. 994 at Bressingham Railway Mueseum on the 7th May 2018
'George Sholto' is a 0-4-0ST Quarry Hunslet that operated at Penrhyn Quarry. The locomotive was restored at Bressingham. This locomotive had the name 'Bill Harvey' and ran without a cab.for some of it tme here
Gwynedd at Bressingham Railway Mueseum on the 7th May 2018
Gwynedd is a 0-4-0ST Quarry Hunslet which was built in 1883. It came to Bressingham in 1966'
Bressingham Railway Mueseum on the 7th May 2018
'Fernilee' and No2 'Bevan' on the 'Nursery Railway' at Bressingham Railway Mueseum on the 7th May 2018
0-4-0 Vertical Boiler locomotive ‘Fernilee’. This locomotive came from the closed Penrhyn Quarry Railway in North Wales. It has the 'Stockport Water works on its tender.