Rudyard Lake Steam Railway

Operated by Leek and Rudyard Railway Ltd

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Latest news from 2016, including reports from our running days, projects and anything else of interest

Year by year history of the railways that have occupied the site, written by the then owners

The Isle of Mull Railway closed in 2011 and its assets are now incorporated into the Leek and Rudyard Railway

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History (Rudyard)

History (Mull)

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The railway has a diverse collection of locomotives and rolling stock; here is some background information

Overview of our signalling arrangements and changes for the future as we expand

Details of our planned projects for the coming years and construction photographs

Locomotives and Stock

Signalling

Projects

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Various photos of the railway from staff, volunteers and visitors

Various videos of the railway from staff, volunteers and visitors

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Video Gallery

Station Webcam

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Live feed from Rudyard Signal box camera, straight from our Youtube channel

Information on how you can join and help the railway; plenty of opportunities for a variety of roles

Volunteers

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