Take a trip on one of the four railways at Bressingham, the collection of working locomotives will take you round magnificent gardens and woodland, or ride on the steam carousel. A trip to the locomotive sheds brings the power and the glory of mighty steam engineering up close. The National Dad's Army collection lets you wander through Walmington-on-Sea looking at original props and vehicles from the series, you'd be a stupid boy to miss it!
Norfolk's longest fifteen inch gauge line runs between the ancient market town of Aylsham and Wroxham, the 'Capital of the Norfolk Broads' with country stations serving the villages of Brampton, Buxton and Coltishall. The 18 mile round trip runs through the picturesque Bure valley countryside following the meandering river through meadowland and ancient pasture stopping occasionally at small country villages.
Dover Transport Museum in Kent has a fascinating collection of vintage transport and transport models of all types. Highlights include one of the first American lorries supplied to the British Army in the First World War, a beautifully restored Romany caravan and an Aveling and Porter Steam Roller.
Based at Southall Railway Centre in Middlesex, the group's locomotive stock includes; GWR Pannier 9682 (undergoing retubing), GWR Prairie 4110 (At Tyseley Loco Works awaiting final restoration), GWR Heavy Goods 2885 (Static exhibit at Moor Street Station, Birmingham – awaiting move), RSH 'Birkenhead', (awaiting hire details), Peckett 'William Murdoch' (awaiting hire details). The group also own the only loco of its type – Diesel AEC Class 4wDM (Built at Southall AEC works), and a Baguley-Dre
The Hornby Railway Collectors Association was founded for the purpose of stimulating interest among collectors and operators of Hornby Trains and accessories, both '0' Gauge and Dublo, as manufactured by Meccano Ltd. in their British factories up to 1965 and overseas up to 1973.
The Mid-Suffolk Light Railway, known affectionately as 'The Middy', is remembered in Suffolk's only railway museum. The museum is dedicated to keeping alive the memories of the Middy by conserving historical documents as well as preserving the hardware which goes to make up a working railway. Steam trains operate on selected days during Spring, Summer and Autumn.
Discover over 300 years of history and over a million wonderful objects. Marvel at iconic locomotives, watch engineering work in progress in the Workshop, browse the object-filled Warehouse, or let off steam in the outdoor play area.
Picture Pride Displays Ltd have been manufacturing 100% totally dust proof display cabinets using traditional skills for nearly 30 years. They are an established company that is based in the West Midlands and are proud that their products have not only become synonymous with the leading manufacturers of Die-cast and Model Railways but also for all ardent collectors.
The SVR is a full-size standard-gauge railway line running regular steam-hauled passenger trains between Kidderminster in Worcestershire and Bridgnorth in Shropshire, a distance of 16 miles. The journey follows closely the meandering course of the River Severn for most of the way on its journey.
With an unparalleled history dating back to 1725, spectacular scenery and a truly unique atmosphere, the Tanfield Railway is the North East's biggest and most popular steam railway. Less than half an hour from Newcastle and within easy reach of Tyneside, Wearside and County Durham, steam trains run every Sunday and Bank Holiday on a picturesque six mile round trip from Sunniside in Gateshead to East Tanfield near Stanley.