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North Ings Farm Museum & Railway
North Ings Farm Museum & RailwaySunday, April 18th, 2021 at 12:57am
Autumn 2005 sees Bullfinch propel the passenger coaches into the shed. These are currently stored undercover, and are fetched out for a run very occasionally.
North Ings Farm Museum & Railway
North Ings Farm Museum & RailwaySunday, April 11th, 2021 at 12:49am
A photo from five years ago of some of our stationary engines, together with an Allen Scythe in the foreground. This petrol driven bar mower was built by John Allen and Sons in Cowley, Oxfordshire.
North Ings Farm Museum & Railway
North Ings Farm Museum & RailwaySunday, April 4th, 2021 at 12:18am
We look forward to welcoming our volunteers back today. Our last working party was on 25th October, just prior to the half term lockdown, and Lincolnshire then became Tier 4.

The picture is from Sunday 25th October, and shows the work progressing on repainting coach 5. Hopefully we will now be able to finish it.
North Ings Farm Museum & Railway
North Ings Farm Museum & RailwaySunday, March 28th, 2021 at 2:00am
Our Ruston LAT has been out for a run, testing the track and being used for hedge trimming duties.
North Ings Farm Museum & Railway
North Ings Farm Museum & RailwaySunday, March 21st, 2021 at 8:00am
September 2018, and a freshly repainted "Bullfinch" waits with its train ready for passengers. Looking forward to resuming services
in a few months time.
North Ings Farm Museum & Railway
North Ings Farm Museum & RailwaySunday, March 14th, 2021 at 1:29am
After 35 years of providing a backdrop to photographs, the mobile home seen in the picture from 2015 has become life expired and has disappeared. The task involved the use of a large digger, which gained access via the field.

The Fordson Major was used with the heavy roll to level out the wheel ruts left behind.