North Gloucestershire Railway

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Coordinates: 51°59′20″N 1°55′44″W / 51.989°N 1.929°W / 51.989; -1.929

North Gloucestershire Railway
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Jung Locomotive Justine on shed
Locale England
Terminus Toddington
Commercial operations
Name North Gloucestershire Narrow Gauge Railway
Original gauge 2 ft (610 mm)
Preserved operations
Stations 2
Length 12 mile (0.80 km)
Preserved gauge 2 ft (610 mm)
Preservation history

The North Gloucestershire Railway (NGR) is a 2 ft (610 mm) narrow-gauge railway running alongside the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Railway at Toddington. It was built in 1985 when the Dowty Railway Preservation Society needed a new home for its collection of narrow-gauge rolling stock. The rail used on the railway was purchased from the Southend Pier Railway.

Locomotives[edit]

Name Builder Type Notes
Chaka’s Kraal No. 6 Hunslet 0-4-2T Operational, returned to service in 2015
Justine Jung 0-4-0WT Withdrawn from service in March 2016
№ 1091 Brigadelok Henschel 0-8-0T Operational
Tourska Fablok 0-6-0T Arrived Sept 2015. Operational
Hunslet 4wDH Operational
Ruston and Hornsby 4wDM Operational
Ruston and Hornsby 4wDM Operational
Lister 4wDM Operational
Motor Rail 4wPM Operational
Bryn Eglwys Simplex 4wDM Operational.

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