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The Leighton Buzzard  Narrow Gauge Railway

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The Leighton Buzzard Railway is a narrow gauge railway that was build to take sand from the quarry to the mainline railway at Leighton Buzzard.
 
Narrow Gauge locomotive "Doll" at The Leighton Buzzard Railway in 2006
 
Narrow Gauge locomotive "Doll" at The Leighton Buzzard Railway in 2006.
 
This train is heading for Stonehenge Works station with a train from the Leighton Buzzard's railway Pages Park station at Leighton Buzzard.
 
Doll is a 2ft gauge steam locomotive was built  in 1919 by Andrew Barclay at Kilmarnock in Scotland.
 
This locomotive was one of three that were built for the Sydenham ironstone quarries which were in Oxfordshire in England. It went in 1925 to the Bilston steelworks near Wolverhamptontill 1959 when it was withdrawn. It is now based at Leighton Buzzard.
 
No.3 and Peter Pan in Leighton Buzzard in 2006
 
The Leighton Buzzard Railway narrow gauge railway in 2006 with No.3 and Peter Pan in Leighton Buzzard.
 
The lead steam locomotive is No3 RISHRA is a 0-4-0T built in 1921 by Baguley Cars at Burton-on-Trent in England. The second locomotive is Peter Pan a Kerr Stuart Wren class 0-4-0.
 
This part of the railway that was once in open fields is now in Leighton Buzzard. This part of the railway is now in the middle of a 1970s or 1980s housing estate.
 
Sezela no.4 at The Leighton Buzzard Railway narrow gauge railway in 2006
 
The Leighton Buzzard Railway narrow gauge railway in 2006 with Sezela no.4
 
This 0-4-0T narrow gauge locomotive was built by Avonside at Bristol. It was built for the railway of the Sezela sugar-cane plantation in Natal in South Africa. This locomotive is based at the Leighton Buzzard Railway.
 
0-4-0ST Peter Pan f the Leighton Buzzard Railway in 2006
 
0-4-0ST Peter Pan between turns at the Stonehenge Works of the Leighton Buzzard Railway in 2006.
 
0-4-0WT no.11 P C Allen at The Leighton Buzzard Railway narrow gauge railway in 2006
 
0-4-0WT no.11 P C Allen at The Leighton Buzzard Railway narrow gauge railway in 2006 .
 
0-6-0T no 740 at the Leighton Buzzard Railway narrow gauge railway in 2006
 
0-6-0T no 740 at the Leighton Buzzard Railway narrow gauge railway in 2006.
 
0-6-0T Doll  at the Leighton Buzzard Railway narrow gauge railway in 2006
 
0-6-0T Doll  at the Leighton Buzzard Railway narrow gauge railway in 2006 heading for Leighton Buzzard.
 
Doll is a 2ft gauge steam locomotive was built  in 1919 by Andrew Barclay at Kilmarnock in Scotland. This locomotive was one of three that were built for the Sydenham ironstone quarries, which were in Oxfordshire in England. It went in 1925 to the Bilston steelworks near Wolverhampton till 1959, when it was withdrawn. It is now based at the Leighton Buzzard Railway.
 
 

The Leighton Buzzard Railway in 2006

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 Doll + No.3 and Peter Pan + Sezela no.4 0-4-0ST Peter Pan  0-4-WT no.11 P C Allen + 0-6-0T no 740 + 0-6-0T Doll

 

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