First steam train for 18 months ran at Bowes. Here is No 22 giving brake van rides to visitors
The oldest railway bridge in the world built in 1725 at a cost of £2000. Landowners in the North Durham area wanted a route to the river Tyne to take their coal to the ships waiting to transport i... (more)
The Sunderland tram heads for Beamish town centre to take what few visitors there were back to the entrance of the museum.
Twizell makes a dash for Andrews house station
North East of England is currently experiencing some heavy snow for this country. Traffic disruption everywhere but Tanfield railway still manage their reguluar Sunday service
Forge is fired to enable some manufacturing of parts to enable this, and others like it to steam again.
Twizell and Renishaw have their fires dropped after an evening photo shoot at Tanfield Railway
Crew of the Y7 used by Beamish before Christmas check the fire whilst waiting for passengers
Last day of evening visits to Beamish museum and the Y7 sits at Rowley station waiting for passengers
Mark attends to Cochrane as Derek heads out to help with the rolling stock
Waiting for the next set of travellers, the crew of the LNER Y7 talk in the gentle drizzle that plagued the evening
For three Fridays before Christmas Beamish museum allows the public to visit at night time to experience a 1913 Christmas. last night was the first of these Fridays and a tram waits to take visito... (more)
Locomotive Sir Cecil A Cochrane raises steam and moves out of the shed in readiness for its days duties
Early morning as Sir Cecil A Cochrane raises steam in Marley Hill shed