This site relies heavily on contributions from within the Railway and from members of the public and Society members. Thanks to the enthusiasm from within and outside we have been able to display many excellent images and show numerous videos of activities in and around the Railway.
In never ceases to amaze us the lengths that supporters of the Railway will go to, to bring us those everyday and special activities that abound on the Railway.
Landing in the in-box this week is another of the excellent videos that Kenneth Baker produces, but what makes this one special is that Ken, along with his little companion, Penny, shot this video in the most appalling conditions on a stormy day when the heavens decided to deposit its contents on the Worth Valley. What such weather does bring however, is very evocative footage as the trains struggle in wet and difficult conditions and we are very appreciative of the lengths that he has gone to do it. Ken’s little black dog, Penny, however was not available to give her comments on the day, although if she could talk, it may well be unprintable.