Live Steam

‘MALLARD’ LNER Live Steam 4-6-2

Sir Nigel Gresley’s magnificent A4 Pacifics can well be regarded as the zenith of British steam locomotive development.  Puissant as well as capable of hard work, the class rightly holds a special place in the annals of British railway history. … More Info

‘VICTORY’ Live Steam Kerr Stuart 0-6-0T

Although the class only amounted to ten members, the Kerr Stuart ‘Victory’ class ended up scattered about Britain following their disposal by the R.O.D. at the end of World War 1.  Built in 1917 for the Inland Waterways & Docks … More Info

‘TORNADO’ LNER Live Steam 4-6-2

The A1 Steam Locomotive Trust, a registered charity, built Peppercorn class A1 Pacific 60163 Tornado, named after the RAF aircraft, at its Darlington Locomotive Works. Fitted with additional water capacity and the latest railway safety electronics, Tornado is fully equipped … More Info

61XX GWR Live Steam 2-6-2T

The Great Western Railway’s 61XX 2-6-2T design can trace its origins to Churchward’s ground-breaking family of designs produced at the start of the 20th century which included the large ‘prairie’ tank engine number 99.  Ideally suited for suburban and branch … More Info

‘BLACK 5’ LMS/BR Live Steam 4-6-0

The London Midland and Scottish Railway’s Class 5 4-6-0, almost universally known as the Black Five was introduced by William Stanier in 1934 and 842 were built between then and 1951. Members of the class survived to the last day … More Info


Sir Nigel Gresley was renowned for his Pacific express locomotives, the first of which, the A1 class, entered service in 1922. The A3 was a modification of the A1 and over time all of the surviving A1s were rebuilt as … More Info