Issue 3 – The Diary of a Volunteer

Allan Oliver – Edits Mark Haynes Today at the railway …. Work continues on the TSO coaches with a window fixed and now operating, toilet door fixed so that it now opens correctly and the floor covering that was catching has been solved. The water leak has been solved I believe. We continue to lay paving, with blocks and a …

Issue 2 – The Diary of a Volunteer

Allan Oliver – Edits Mark Haynes Another busy day at Telford Steam Railway. Here are some of the highlights of the work our volunteers have carried out.  Carried out Track walk / inspection Some scrap metal has been sorted and moved.  Prepared some more wood and stacked it ready for use by the Tram Ongoing work to the Class 37 …

Dunlop at Telford Steam Railway

Issue 1 – The Diary of a Volunteer

Allan Oliver – Edits Mark Haynes Here is a insight to just a selection of the tasks our volunteers have undertaken over the past few weeks at Telford Steam Railway.  We have had Youth group sleep overs with track walks and camp fire. They have enjoyed their visit and we look forward to seeing them again shortly. General maintainance work …

A New Siding

When the directors were discussing what it would take to ‘unlock’ the work in the yard at Spring Village last year the Chairman (I am led to believe) remarked ‘the 3 way point’. Some of us followed Nick Aston down the yard the following weekend and had a play with what point shoes we could lay our hands on to …

UPDATE – Ironbridge Power Station Redevelopment

Telford Steam Railwaay has a meeting with network rail next week to discuss ways forward including accessing the redundant ‘Up’ line meaning both Telford Steam Railway and Network Rail trains could operate, an option Harworth are very keen to see happen. The railway from the Albert Edward bridge to the coal drops will be retained. The coal drops will be …

Dunlop at Telford Steam Railway

Service Announcement

Our amazing engineers have been working extremely hard and we are pleased to say that Dunlop No6 will be pulling passengers tomorrow. We must admit it was nice to dust off the DMU today!