Millerbeck Light Railway Open Day Memories

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photo of train waiting in millerbeck sidings before entering the station

Millerbeck sidings, this sidings is where trains wait until given clearance to enter the station.

photo of Train waiting in sidings for clearance to enter station

Above - Engine, Peter Pan, waiting in Millerbeck Sidings for clearance to enter the Station.

photo of Walnut Creek at Millerbeck Station

Walnut Creek entering the station

photo of train travelling through the meadow

Peter Pan travelling through the meadow

photo of travellers enjoying a rest and picnic

Above - Travellers enjoying a well earned rest and a picnic at Millerbeck.

photo of passengers joining the train at Millerbeck station

Passengers joining the train at Millerbeck Station

Below - Walnut Creek travelling through St Mary's Wood with passengers

Photo fo Walnut Creek in St Mary's Wood

Millerbeck welcomes the Easter Bunny

photo of the Easter Bunny visiting Millerbeck Light Railway

The Easter Bunny visiting Millerbeck

Here are some links to interesting Light Railway websites which could provide a day out for the family.

The Stortford Railway is a seven and a quarter inch gauge line in a back garden in Bishop's Stortford, Herts., England. There are two battery-electric locomotives and a County Donegal- style railcar on the railway. The railway demonstrates how it is possible to create a real narrow-gauge railway without too much expense in a domestic setting.

The 7 1/4 Guage Society was founded in 1973 by a group of mutually interested people with aims rather different to that of a Model Engineering Society of the usual kind. The main aim is to act as a communication channel between the growing number of people working in this gauge.

Quick Links to Village News Pages

Millerbeck Open Days


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