I hope she is being paid for holding both umbrellas! 2 feet gauge, 1916 built Hunslet 4-6-0T, No 303, heads a train at the excellent, Statfold Barn Railway, on a rainy day in September 2018.
The Goose is a 2 feet gauge railcar, based on similar machines from Rio Grande Southern RR. It was built in 2015 by the Statfold Barn Railway, and operates there.
Parallel running on the Statfold Barn Railway, near Tamworth. 2 feet gauge Hunslet 0-4-2ST, Howard, built in 1936, is seen from the upper deck of an open-top tram |(streetcar).
The engineer`s position on NIR Hunslet/English Electric No103 "Merlin". 3 of these locos were used on the Enterprise services from Belfast to Dubln. This one was scrapped in 1997.
Volunteer worker Andy Hawkins closes a crossing gate to allow 2 feet gauge Hunslet No 35 to pass. The loco was purchased from the Ministry of Defence at Lydd. The line operates within the Old Kiln... (more)
Hunslet # 71 heads a train of ingots round the BSC complex at Scunthorpe. At this time, these were the heaviest trains to operate on this extensive internal system. Photo taken on an official visi... (more)
Approaching the blast furnaces on a "torpedo" train. These locos are radio controlled and can be driven in this manner, or from a position on the ground as well as conventionally from the cab.
Cimpors nº2 tractor brings a cement train to 5630.