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Chasewater railway in 2007

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lots of steam at the Chasewater Railway in 2007
Lots of steam at the chasewater railway in 2007 with 0-4-0ST Asbestos.
The Chasewater Railway is at Chasewater park at Brownhills which is on the A5 near Cannock west of Birmingham. It is also right next to the the M6 toll roads junction 6.
The park is made up of a large reservoir which is used for boating and walking ect.
The railway runs around part of  the lake from a station in the park named Brownhills West. This is the headquarters of the railway. The railway runs around the lake to a small halt at Norton lakeside. This station is for walkers. The next station is Chasewater Heaths which has a restaurant. The next station is Chasetown (Church Street) were the engine runs round its train.
0-4-0ST  Asbestos near the engine shed
0-4-0ST  Asbestos near the engine shed (its there some were!)
0-4-0ST number 701 at the Chasewater Railway
0-4-0ST number 701 at the Chasewater Railway next to the engine shed in 2007
GWR look a like 813
This 0-6-0ST is painted in Great Western Railway look a like colours with the number 813 and was at the Chasewater Railway in 2007.
0-4-0ST Asbestos
0-4-0ST named Asbestos near to the shed at Chasewater.
The engine shed looks the part with its brick skin on what is a new building.
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