Churnet Valley Railway
Cheddleton with its impressive Grade II
Listed Victorian station building.
A view from the level crossing looking
towards the motive power depot.
The 11.17 departure at the platform ready
0-6-0 Polish loco TKh49
no. 2944 was motive power for
After a stop at Consall the stationmaster
gives the right away signal to the guard...
..who then gives the green flag to the
driver to start.
Leaving Consall station which has a
passing loop used on two train days.
A timeless scene at Consall after the
train has gone. The canal is behind the fence on left.
Arrival at Kingsley & Froghall
station another well kept station on the line.
We had lunch here in the stations award winning traditional tea room -
Loco taking water at Kingsley &
Froghall before running round train.
No 2944 makes a smokey departure from
Kingsley & Froghall with the 11.55 to
The view from the other side of the road
The train runs through Cheddleton towards
Leek Brook Junction where there is a run round loop.
2944 runs around the train at Leek Brook
After arrival back at Cheddleton this is
the view of the MPD from the station with train about to depart for
Kingsley & Froghall.
N7 No. 69621 stands in the yard at
Cheddleton surrounded by diesel locos.
S160 No. 5197 undergoing restoration in
the shed. The loco had spent a large part of its working life in the