The Bure Valley Railway

The Bure Valley Railway is a railway that hasnt been featured before on LocoYard and is somewhere we will have to visit soon. In the meantime Stephen Clulow has a quick look whilst visiting the Broadland Model Railway Club yearly show

Steve's 009 and 09 Adventure

Mark Timothy - Wroxham

Last weekend I took the Bure Valley Railway ‘boat train’ from Aylsham to Wroxham, enjoyed a boat tour of the Norfolk Broads, and took the train back again.

The Bure Valley Railway was originally a standard gauge line. It was interesting to travel under standard gauge bridges and past former standard gauge stations in a 15inch gauge train! My train was hauled by ‘Mark Timothy‘ a 2-6-4 tank engine based on a Leek and Manifold design. She has a charming colonial feel and a lovely exhaust note as she accelerates uphill.

Mark Timothy - Aylsham

By coincidence the Broadland Model Railway Club were holding their annual exhibition in Aylsham. Two layouts in particular caught my eye.

Bishops Lane Brewery by Colin French, a small ‘O’ gauge industrial layout that doesn’t have a single point. I really liked the idea, the detail and the weathering. It was a brave decision to create such…

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