Gallery

A train with a loco in GER blue livery entering Halesworth Narrow Gauge Station

Diesel Hydraulic Loco RS 106 ‘Mary’ at work during the construction of the Channel Tunnel. She has now been re-named ‘Holton’

Southwold Railway train at Wenhaston Station. Note the cream livery of the carriages. Later they were maroon

A train approaching Wenhaston Station

Ex Channel Tunnel construction Diesel Hydraulic loco RS 106 ‘Mary’ now re-named ‘Holton’

Locomotive No.2 “Halesworth’ in the early green livery

Trackbed near Wenhaston Mill

Track near Wenhaston Mill

A mixed train with a loco in GER blue livery arriving at Halesworth Narrow Gauge Station

A lively scene as a train with a loco in GER blue livery arrives at Hakesworth Narrow Gauge Station

Wenhaston Station

Wenhaston Station

Arrival of Diesel Hydraulic loco RS 106 at Workshop

Arrival of Diesel Hydraulic loco RS 106 at our Workshop

Wenhaston Station

Wenhaston Station

Wenhaston Station

Wenhaston Station. Stationmaster Mr Harry Girling and daughter Vera.

Wenhaston Station. Stationmaster Mr Harry Girling and daughter Vera.

Halesworth Narrow Gauge Station after closure of the Narrow Gauge line

Halesworth Narrow Gauge Station after closure of the Narrow Gauge line

Train entering Blythburgh Station

Train entering Blythburgh Station

Four Carriage Train climbing gradient out of Halesworth Narrow Gauge Station

Four Carriage Train climbing gradient out of Halesworth Narrow Gauge Station

Blythburgh Station

Plan of Trans-Shipment Building at Halesworth Narrow Gauge Station

Plan of Trans-Shipment Building at Halesworth Narrow Gauge Station

Layout at Halesworth Station

Blythburgh Station with a mixed Southwold Railway train setting off to go under the bridge which carried the A12 over the railway

Walberswick Station

An early photo of a Southwold Railway train Halesworth Narrow Gauge Station. Note the cream livery of the carriages

Goods wagons and carriage

Locomotive No.2 ‘Halesworth’ in the early green livery

 

Halesworth Narrow Gauge Station after closure

The bridge that carried the A12 over the Southwold Railway at Blythburgh Station

 

Blythburgh Station

Halesworth Narrow Gauge Station after closure

Locomotive No.2 ‘Halesworth’ in GER blue livery

Wenhaston Station level crossing at Blyford Lane

Halesworth Narrow Gauge Station after removal of the rails

A mixed train approaching Wenhaston Station

The locomotive shed at Halesworth. The points led to a short branch to the ballast pit.

The footbridge at Halesworth Station

Blythburgh Station

The locomotive shed at Halesworth with locomotive No 3 ‘Blyth’ inside. The railway had long closed and the shed was in a dilapidated condition.

 

Locomotive No.2 ‘Halesworth’