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BRODIE'S FOLLY

A 45mm Gauge Railway

by John and Lynda Brodie

15th September 2018

All photographs courtesy of Phil Vose

Above, Isobel Watson's new gradening train was seen on the line - possibly attending to some of the plants and pots!

Above, Phil Vose's PW train made an inspection of the line before steam engines were run.


Meanwhile some repairs were being carried out on resident loco No. 5 at the Folly Yard shed, below.

Above, Gavin Cooper's "Cader Idris" with a mixed train. That repair work on No. 5 is taking some time!!


Below, Phil Vose's Billie takes a goods train past "Little Mynd" box.

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Below, Mike Barton's Leader passes through the village with the passenger train.

Above, and with this work still in progress, Mike Barton's "Sir Christopher Wren" passes Folly Yard with his crane train.


Below, John Brodie attends to his engine "Mary".

Below, Ian Blackburn's Millie with a passenger train.

19th May 2018

All photographs courtesy of

Mike Barton unless noted otherwise

Above, Phil Vose's Durango and Silverton train passes the farm.


Below, John Brodie's new tram engine and coach out for a run.

Above and below, Brenda and Ray Waters' double headed 1st World War troop train heads for the front at Brodie's Folly.

Below, Phil Hindley's 7/8th scale Hunslet and slate train is in the station as Brenda Waters starts to prepare her train for a run.