And five more photographs

The preserved North Norfolk Railway does what it says on the can – it is part of the old Midland & Great Northern Railway, running along the north coast of Norfolk from Sheringham.  These days, it tries to run appropriate stock, even if it is Great Eastern in origin.  However, in 1970, anything goes!


In 1979, I was back on the line – on my honeymoon I believe!  Not sure you’d get in the signal box these days.


Finally, three shots of the Severn Valley Railway, including a LMS ‘Jinty’ in better condition than the ones I found in Stoke roundhouse.  I’m not sure when these were taken, but the reasonable quality of the shots suggests the 1980’s, when I had a decent camera.




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Secretary of the East Surrey N Gauge railway club
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2 Responses to And five more photographs

  1. sed30 says:

    Reblogged this on sed30's Blog.


  2. Reblogged this on Loco Yard and commented:
    An interesting look at the North Norfolk Railway back in 1970. How times have changed


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