'Fiji' is a 1912 built Hudswell Clarke loco,ex Lautoka Sugar Mill,Fiji.Now resident on the Statfold Barn Railway,in Staffordshire,and seen here passing the assembled photographers as she arrives w... (more)
'Saccharine' passes a crowd of enthusiasts at the Statfold Barn Railway Open Day.The 2 foot gauge loco was built by the firm of John Fowler (Leeds) in 1912,and worked at a South African Sugar Plan... (more)
You can rely on the Statfold Barn Railway to come up with something special,as is the case here.The pair of locos shown,'The Eclipse' and 'The Coalition',were originally built as 0-4-0 saddle tank... (more)
I hope she is being paid for holding both umbrellas! 2 feet gauge, 1916 built Hunslet 4-6-0T, No 303, heads a train at the excellent, Statfold Barn Railway, on a rainy day in September 2018.
The Goose is a 2 feet gauge railcar, based on similar machines from Rio Grande Southern RR. It was built in 2015 by the Statfold Barn Railway, and operates there.
Parallel running on the Statfold Barn Railway, near Tamworth. 2 feet gauge Hunslet 0-4-2ST, Howard, built in 1936, is seen from the upper deck of an open-top tram |(streetcar).
The early morning sun catches "Isibutu" as it heads the first train of the day at the privately owned Statfold Barn Railway. The loco is a 2 foot (610mm) gauge tank,built in 1945 by W.G.... (more)
Ordered by the French Military for use in World War 1,this loco was supplied by Baldwin in 1916.Following the ceasefire in 1918,she was sold to the Ryam Sugar Works,Bihar,India,where she worked fo... (more)
A real oddity at the Statfold Barn Railway - "Goose" is a 1917 built railcar from the Davenport Loco Works,Iowa.She was built for the Indian Sugar Railway,and worked at the Bihar State S... (more)
51 years ago and a Stanier 8F trundles towards Tamworth station with a mineral train from the North.
Crewe Basford Hall - Mountsorrel
A Virgin Pendolino heads north after a spot of bother as it is overtaken on the right by a Virgin Voyager and passed on the left by another Pendolino
3 Virgin Voyagers almost meet at Tamworth station
With the express services racing through Tamworth station at well over 100 m.p.h.,it's difficult enough to catch them on camera,let alone try to get the number.An unidentified class 221 "Supe... (more)
A London bound "Pendolino" set tilts into the curve at Tamworth station,whilst a northbound member of the class approaches in the distance.