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22 hours ago
Photos from North Ings Farm Museum & Railway's post

Maintenance Day 14 January

Following completion of the resleepering at the lower end of the line (40 sleepers), attention has now turned to the "back 5" area on the approach to the main buildings. This length was relaid about 20 years ago with secondhand sleepers which are now showing their age. The photos show the start of the relaying work.

The Hudson Hunslet locomotive has been moved to the workshop for minor repairs and a repaint. The Fordson Major is nearing completion with the lights ... See more

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3 weeks ago

We would like to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, from all of us at North Ings Farm Museum
We hope to see you at our first open day on the 1st April 2018.

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1 month ago
Photos from North Ings Farm Museum & Railway's post

Maintenance Day 26 November

The weather has allowed good progress with re-sleepering over the last few weeks. All the sleepers requiring replacing around the big bend next to the lake have now been completed as shown in the photographs, and work has now progressed to the track at Fishermans Halt. So far 32 sleepers have been replaced, with many more to follow.

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2 months ago
Talyllyn Railway

One of Open Carriages looking worse for wear.

Can you help us raise £200,000 for 4 new wheelchair accessible Open Carriages?

🚂 www.talyllyn.co.uk/opencarriagesappeal

#smellthesteam

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2 months ago
Photos from North Ings Farm Museum & Railway's post

Maintenance Day 5 November

Work on the track progressed with clearing excess ballast off the "back five", the length of track that used to serve chicken sheds 1 to 5. A number of sleepers needing replacement were discovered, although the length had been relaid. Photos show that this was about 20 years ago using secondhand sleepers, so probably not too bad. Clearance then continued on towards the lake. A further batch of 20 new sleepers were cut ready for use.

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2 months ago
Photos from North Ings Farm Museum & Railway's post

Maintenance Day 29 October
A sunny day saw work continuing outside. The six sleepers part-installed a fortnight ago were packed and spiked and a seventh replaced. The old sleepers were transported to the bonfire site ready for November 5th.

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