Train with a GE ES43BBI at bridge, by drone phantom 3.
When 662 was originally put on display in the museum, the manufacture's name plate was missing. Something that I had not known even existed on this engine. It has since been added and after carefu... (more)
Pop the hood and check the fluids.
As one of the Lost Engines of Roanoke the CW 662 shows some of her models unique details in this top view! How about those six Stacks, she was built with four. After years of languishing in the Sc... (more)
On loan from the Bressingham Museum, Norfolk, No. 662 Martello approaches Cholsey with a shuttle from Wallingford. A special timetable was in operation for the Wallingford 'BunkFest' (2008).
Ex LBSC Class A1X Terrier 0-6-0T was one off the visiting Locos at Barrow Hill Rail Power Open day