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USA class 0-6-0T (Jon Bowers)

was on SATURDAY 8th
& SUNDAY 9th
MAY 2004

We turned back the clock
to the dark and difficult
days of the 2nd World War

Military vehicles and personel (Jon Horrocks)

  • Prime Minister 'Winston Churchill' in attendance
  • Military Vehicles on display
  • War-time cinema
  • Afternoon Band Concerts
  • UXB and Wardens' post
  • Mock Battles
Plus regular steam train service from 11am

Passenger Train service for the day was our regular "Table 1" service

Locomotives in use on these trains were "Camelot" and "Earl of Berkeley"
No.75027 was also in steam on the lunchtime Golden Arrow service.
splash The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service
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