Preserved Class 35 "Hymek" D7017 at Ker Moor during the West Somerset Railway Diesel Gala.
The British Standard Class 2-6-0 was built in 1953 according to the WSR Guide. People enjoy 78018 from the platform during the Spring Steam Gala.
Standard Class 4MT 76017, takes a ride on the turntable, manually turned. During the Steam Gala just about every locomotive was turned this way.
The 53809 is a 7F built in 1925. It is seen at the Minehead locomotive depot in a lucky spell of sun getting water between runs.
Diesel shunter D 2133 of the 03 class was built at Swindon in 1960 for the British Railway. It is with WSR since 1994 and usually is shunter in Minehead.
Three cylinder pacific steamlocomotive 60163 "Tornado" in the colors of British Railways, going round here train in Minehead on the West Somerset Railway. This large mainline locomotive ... (more)
Two axle shunter, built by Andrew Barclay Sons & Co Ltd, Caledonia Works in Kilmarnock in 1972, and diesel hydraulic "Warship" Class 42 # D832 "Onslaught", on loan to the DEPG (Diesel and Electric... (more)
Text from the WSR Homepage: The most controversial steam engine in the history of the WSR. The design for this locomotive dates from the 1930’s but the Great Western never actually built any engin... (more)
2-8-0 Class 7F # 88 of the former Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway (SDJR), originally built by Robert Stephenson and Sons in 1925 for heavy freight service and withdrawn from British Railways ser... (more)
59206 approaches Blue Anchor hauling the 6Z25 12:00 Minehead – Westbury empties on Thursday 9th December 2010
9351 arrives at Minehead with the 12:40 from Bishops Lydeard
SDJR 7F 2-8-0 No 88 coasts towards Minehead with the 14:20 from Bishops Lydeard
The 1960s built 47840 'North Star' is seen working its final train before it got donated into preservation at the West Somerset Railway seen here at Blue Anchor - 28/05/2007