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The Bressingham Railway Mueseum
Narrow Gauge No.1 'Allan Broom' on the Garden Railway at the Bressingham Railway Museum.
The Garden Railway is a 10 1⁄4 inch gauge miniature railway. trains are operated by steam locomotive Alan Bloom, which was constructed along with the railway.
St Christopher on the Waveney Light Railway at the crossover with the Nursery Railway
St Christopher is a 2-6-2T that was built by the Exmoor Steam Railway. The locomotive moved to Bressingham in 2011 and is used on the Waveney Light Railway which is a 15 in gauge miniature railway .This line was first opened in 1973 and is 1.5 miles in length.
No2 'Bevan' and 'Gwynedd' on the 2ft gauge Nursery Railway waiting for there next train.
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. It has narrow gauge lines and miniature gauge lines that 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.