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Preserved Railways
This is a rather select group of preserved railways with which the NELPG has close contact.
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1   Link   The North Yorkshire Moors Railway
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway provides some 18 Miles of preserved steam railway running through the spectacular scenery of the North Yorkshire Moors. This railway is the NELPG's home base.
2   Link   Great Central Railway
The UK's only double track, main line heritage railway.
3   Link   Barrow Hill Roundhouse
Run by Barrow Hill Engine Shed Society. Throughout each year the special galas feature working steam and diesel locomotives, which are often joined by a variety of visiting modern diesel locomotives off the mainline.
4   Link   Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway
Central Scotland's Steam Railway by the Firth of Forth.
5   Link   Bowes Railway
Bowes Railway was originally a colliery railway built to carry coal mainly from pits in north west Durham to the Tyne at Jarrow.
6   Link   East Lancashire Railway
7   Link   Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway
Runs from Embsay station to Bolton Abbey through the Yorkshire Dales.
8   Link   Keighley & Worth Valley Railway
The KWVR is a standard gauge branch line which joins the national railway network at Keighley in the north east of England and runs 5-miles up the Worth Valley to Oxenhope. The Line was built in 1867 by local mill owners, but with the operation of trains 'franchised' to the Midland Railway which operated the adjoining Bradford/Leeds - Skipton line. The Midland Railway eventually bought out the KWVR Company.
9   Link   Llangollen Railway
Llangollen Railway runs trains for 7½ miles along the banks of the River Dee from Llangollen to Carrog.
10   Link   Middleton Railway
11   Link   Severn Valley Railway
The SVR is a full-size standard-gauge railway line running regular steam-hauled passenger trains for the benefit of visitors and enthusiasts alike between Kidderminster in Worcestershire and Bridgnorth in Shropshire, a distance of 16 miles.
12   Link   Wensleydale Railway
The Wensleydale Railway runs trains between Leeming Bar and Redmire. It has operated a steam service in the summer months.
13   Link   The Tanfield Railway
The Railways original purpose was the movement of coal from nearby collieries to ships o­n the River Tyne.
14   Link   Weardale Railway