North Ings Farm Museum Narrow Gauge Railway
1st September 2013

With "Swift" the steam tram engine withdrawn for repairs the motive power today was Hudson Hunslet "Bullfinch".

"Bullfinch" brings the train, comprised of two carriages from the now closed Abbey Light Railway in Leeds,
through the trees and down the grade.

After a sharp left hand bend the train turns and approaches the lake.

A later train stops at the lake to allow a passenger to detrain.

Working hard now the train climbs up the gradient from the lake...

...and passes the distant signal...

...before coming back to the shed and station area.

A view from inside the shed with Motor Rail Simplex "Penelope" on right and the Ruston standing in front of "Swift" outside.

5th April 2015

A visit on Easter Sunday in 2015 found double-headed trains with Ruston 33/40HP "Indian Runner" and
Motor Rail Simplex "Penelope".

Soon after leaving Pear Tree Junction the train winds its way down the gradient towards the halt.

The train is seen here passing the halt with 3 coaches.

The museum is normally open on the first Sunday of the month from April to October between 10am and 5pm.

Please check opening times on the museums own website HERE