West Lancashire Light Railway: Part 1
- Posted Dec. 28, 2008 by Mel in Places. Viewed 3426 times
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The West Lancashire Light Railway is a 2 foot gauge railway of around 430 yards length. Like several other UK projects it is not a preserved railway but an attempt to preserve the atmosphere and locomotives of the narrow gauge era and as such is operated by the West Lancashire Light Railway Association.
The line is only operational between April and October but today a member of the group that maintains it showed me around the engine shed.
Watch out for Part 2 sometime after April when I hope to get shots of the locomotives in action.
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