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2016:

2016/1. S160 No 6046 and Polish built TkH tank locomotive No 2944
at Cheddleton MPD - David Gibson

2016/2. Polish built TkH tank locomotive No 2944
at Consall Station - David Gibson

2016/3. Polish built TkH tank locomotive No 2944
near Fairfield, Bradnop - David Gibson

2016/4. Polish built TkH tank locomotive No 2944
emerges from Cheddleton Tunnel - David Gibson

2016/5. GWR 'Taffy Tank' No. 5619 leaving Kingsley & Froghall Station - David Gibson

 

2016/6. S160 No 6046 emerging
from Cheddleton Tunnel at Leek Brook
- David Gibson

2016/7. Polish built TkH tank locomotive No 2944
"Hotspur" at Consall Forge - David Gibson

 

2015:

2015/1. Polish built TkH tank locomotive No 2944
leaving Cheddleton Station - David Gibson

2015/2. Polish built TkH tank locomotive No 2944
at Consall Station - David Gibson

2015/3. Polish built TkH tank locomotive No 2944
at Kingsley & Froghall Station - David Gibson

2015/4. Polish built TkH tank locomotive No 2944
at Kingsley & Froghall Station in snow - David Gibson

2015/5. Polish built TkH tank locomotive No 2944
approaching Cheddleton Tunnel - David Gibson

2015/6. Polish built TkH tank locomotive No 2944
at Leek Brook Junction - David Gibson

2015/7. Polish built TkH tank locomotive No 2944
croosing Bridge 4 near Leek Brook - David Gibson

2015/8. Polish built TkH tank locomotive No 2944
on the Cauldon Branch in snow - David Gibson

2015/9. Haydock Foundry locomotive no. C "Bellerophon"
heads the Knotty Heritage Train
at Leek Brook Junction - David Gibson

2015/10. Haydock Foundry locomotive no. C "Bellerophon"
with the Knotty Heritage Train
at Cheddleton Station - David Gibson

2015/11. Haydock Foundry locomotive no. C "Bellerophon"
with the Knotty Heritage Train
at Cheddleton Station - David Gibson


2014 and earlier:
   

2014/1b. Lambton Railway's No 29
built by Kitsons of Leeds in 1904
at Consall Station Aug 2013 - David Gibson

2014/2b. Lambton Railway's No 29
built by Kitsons of Leeds in 1904
at Consall 21st Aug 2013 - Nigel Shaw

2014/3b. Lambton Railway's No 29
built by Kitsons of Leeds in 1904
at Cheddleton Station Aug 2013 - David Gibson

2014/4b. LMS 8F Class 2-8-0 No.8624
at Bridge 4 - Dave Gibson

2014/5b. LMS 8F Class 2-8-0 No.8624
at Consall - Nigel Shaw

2014/6b. 34028 Driver Experience - Dick Manton

2014/7b. 71000 Cauldon Lowe - Dick Manton

2014/8b. 8624 Cauldon Lowe Opening Day - Dick Manton

2014/9b. Cheddleton Station - Dave Gibson

2014/10b. Froghall Station - Dave Gibson

2014/11b. Consall - Dave Gibson

2014/12. Cauldon Canal Consall - Dave Gibson

2014/13. Prairie Near Consall - Dave Gibson

2014/14. Engine Reflection Consall - Dave Gibson
S160
2014/15. S160 No6046 at Cheddleton - Nigel Shaw

2014/16. Thomas & Friends at Cheddleton - Dave Gibson

2014/17. Prairie near Cheddleton - Dave Gibson

2014/18. Prairies at Consall - Dave Gibson

2014/19. Santa Special - Dave Gibson

2014/20. Sunset and the Train - Tony Carter


2014/21. Cheddleton - Dave Gibson


2014/22. Wine & Dine - Dave Gibson

2014/23. Moorlander Private Party - Nigel Shaw


2014/24. Moorlander Dining Car - Nigel Shaw


2014/25. Ghost Train - Dave Gibson
     
OVERVIEW: The Churnet Valley Railway, is a picturesque heritage Steam Railway that runs through the Staffordshire's Little Switzerland, the Churnet Valley. It meanders alongside the Caldon Canal and the River Churnet for a delightful nostalgic ten and a half mile return journey.

Kingsley & Froghall Station has ample parking and disabled access and is home to the award winning traditional Tea Room and the railways Souvenir Shop both of which are open on running days.

 

 

Consall Station has no public road access making it very quiet and isolated in its situation beside the weir on River Churnet where the canal splits from the river. Nearby are the Lime Kilns and the Black Lion Public House.

At Cheddleton Station you can visit the Railway's Engine Sheds its small Railway Artifacts Museum and Platform Cafe.

On the first weekend of each month trains run a further 4.5 miles from Leek Brook Junction to Ipstones on the MCR branch.


Trains run Sundays Easter to October, Saturdays in June, July and August plus Wednesdays in July and August plus all Bank Holiday Mondays.

Please check the website before travelling:-
www.churnet-valley-railway.co.uk

 
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