Geoff's Colour Railway Photos

Page 7 - UK Narrow Gauge (mostly Welsh)

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Monarch on the W&L   Ex-Sittingbourne Bagnall "Monarch" on one of its rare runs on the Welshpool and Llanfair Railway, 11 May 1974
Monarch has left the W&L, and may one day see service on the Festiniog.
Ernest W Twining at Fairbourne   The "old" 15" gauge Fairbourne Railway - Ernest W Twining leaves Fairbourne with a train for Barmouth Ferry 30 May 1983
The "new" line has its attractions, but the old line had some very fine rolling stock
Pendre Works   Pendre Works, Talyllyn Railway - a line of locos eyeing the photographer! May 1973
"it's like a line of eyes watching you" a friend once remarked on this slide
Prince of Wales   In the BR blue era, Prince of Wales leaves Aberystwyth with a train for Devil's Bridge, 28 May 1978
I'm not sure the double arrow and blue were quite right for this railway....
Maid Marian   Maid Marian bustles along the Bala Lake Railway near Llangower Point, 29 Sept 1985
One of the many survivors of the North Wales slate industry
Mountaineer Boston Lodge   Mountaineer hurries past Boston Lodge works on the Festiniog Railway, 3 April 1991
Built for WW1 service, a sterling performer on the Festiniog
Snowdon Mountain Railway   A train nears the summit of Snowdon on a sunny 18 May 1980
It was a walking trip - the "Snowdon Horseshoe" - the trains were a bonus
Pixie at Cadeby   Pixie picks his way through the trees at Cadeby Rectory, Leics. 11 March 1978
The late Rev. Teddy Boston's creation, the railway lives on
Irish Mail   Irish Mail at work on the West Lancs Light Railway, 24 Aug. 1986 
Another quarry Hunslet, the WLLR is a super little line, tucked away on the south shore of the Ribble estuary.

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