The Leighton Buzzard Railway…

It was a great ‘day out’ when the family visited the Leighton Buzzard narrow-gauge railway in Bedfordshire UK recently. Built back in 1919, from materials surplus from the First World War battlefields railways, to carry sand from the quarries around Leighton Buzzard. It’s now a popular tourist attraction, and one of England’s top narrow-gauge working museums, with historic locomotives from all over the world. Top picture: The Callaghan family inspect the engine. Below: Posing for a group snap.

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