Norwegian star of a rural English light railway

Originally posted on Loco Yard:
If there is one thing that the Kent and East Sussex Railway (K&ESR) has in abundance it is character.  The line that currently runs from Tenterden to Bodiam in south east England is a light railway that originally opened in 1900 (named the Rother Valley Railway).  It was a result…

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The picture above shows one of the highlights of a ride on the Kent and East Sussex Railway – Tenterden Bank.  The section from Rolvenden to Tenterden has an impressive gradient of 1 in 50, requiring the driver to open the regulator and fireman work very hard indeed! Today we look at yet another star…

UK Heritage Hub Competition Time

  Asperger’s Fundraiser, the innovative team behind The Aspergers Flyer, have joined forces with UK Heritage Hub to run the ‪#‎FreeFlyer‬Competition, the very first in UKHH’s 2 year history! On the 7th of August, our team are visiting the Kirklees Light Railway to run an evening special designed to whet the appetite of anybody in love…