PICTURES: Looking back at 30 years of Moors Valley Railway

It is thirty years since Jim Haylock opened the popular Moors Valley Railway, the south’s longest, fully signalled, narrow gauge seven-and-a-quarter steam railway, where the engines have the smallest gauge possible to enable drivers to sit in the cab, rather than astride the engine, adding to the real steam locomotive experience.

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