Shuzenji Romney Railway

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The Shuzenji Romney Railway is a 15 in (381 mm) gauge pleasure railway located in Niji-no-Sato (Rainbow Park) in Izu, Shizuoka, on the Izu Peninsula in Japan. It is based on the English Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway on the English Channel coast in Kent, which opened in 1925. The railway operates using a mixture of steam and diesel locomotives and enclosed saloon carriages. Its primary two steam engines were built by the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway in Cumbria, England, and are based on that line's 1976 Northern Rock 2-6-2 steam locomotive.

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No. Name Livery Locomotive type Wheel Arrangement Builder Year built Status
1 Northern Rock II Highland Railway green Steam 2-6-2 Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway 1989 In traffic
2 Ernest W. Twining Dark blue Steam 4-6-2 G & S Co. 1950 Static display
3 John Southland II Two-tone red Diesel B-B TMA Engineering 1988 In traffic
4 Cumbria Brunswick green Steam 2-6-2 Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway 1992 In traffic
5 City of Birmingham Two-tone green Diesel 0-6-0 TMA Engineering 1992 In traffic
C11 328 Black Steam 2-6-4T Kanazawa Institute of Technology 1995

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Coordinates: 34°58′28″N 138°54′39″E / 34.974569°N 138.910924°E / 34.974569; 138.910924