A 45mm Gauge Railway
by John and Lynda Brodie
17th September 2017
The following photograph is courtesy of
Ray and Brenda Waters
Above, Ray Waters' latest 0-6-0 freelance 'Workhorse'
(Echo Classis Rail) tender loco with a WW1 train.
Above, Brenda Waters' Baguley-Drewy takes her WW1 train past the farm cattle dock near "Mill Halt".
Below, the engine emerges from the tunnel.
Below, Billie out on the main line with its train of empty stock.
Below, Ian Blackburn's Millie "Little Mo"runs through the level crossing with a goods train ....
The resident Fowler locomotive brings a cattle train along the line, above.
.... and rounds the bend by "Brodie's Folly".
Below, Gavin Cooper's WD Baldwin passes "Folly Yard" with a train of his Ashover Railway coaches.
Below, John Brodie prepares his Caradoc engine for a run.
Above, the engine takes John's "Heritage" coaches around the line.
2nd July 2017
The following photographs are courtesy of Mike Barton,
except where noted otherwise
Above, Phil Hindley's "Hugh Napier" and some of his 7/8" scale quarry wagons on the main line and approaching the bridge.
Phil Vose's Billie and Mike Barton's railbus wait at "Little Mynd" station, below.
The following photographs are courtesy of Phil Vose
Above, the Baguley-Drewy passes through the village.
Below, a visiting American locomotive waits outside the Foundry.
Below, a close relation of Isambard Kingdom Brunel was visiting the line, but forgot to bring his cigar!!!