Going back in time to the days of the original Thorne Memorial Park Miniature Railway website.
Click on the image left to go to this section. Above middle the steam locomotive Remus receiving some attention and to the right the TMCR FM radio team around the locomotive at the 2008 Summer Festival Event. You now see what the Events Page used to look like on the original Thorne Memorial Park Railway website by clicking here
Some views from Platform 2 at Goole at Goole Station 25th August 2015
The main reason for visiting Goole was to have ride on a First Bus on the 87 service to Goole which is due off in early September but the opportunity to visit the railway station's Platform 2 which serves the services between Doncaster-Goole-Hull and Bridlington and take some photographs for the archives.
Above various station views and that of the level crossing which is on the main road through the town which is not very popular with road users. Included is a view of the station clock on Platform 1 and to the right the clock in the roundabout opposite the market hall. Below a couple of views of the First buses that will soon be ceasing to operate to Goole from Doncaster.
Wales has many Narrow Gauge Railways and several Miniature Railways including this one I visited a week ago. For more information please visit their website just click onto the photograph
Saltburn Miniature Railway Open Saturdays Sundays Bank Holidays From 1pm until 5pm Weather permitting Click here to visit their website. Saltburn also has a water powered Cliff Railway and beautifully restored pier.
Historic seaside miniature railway's in North Yorkshire, Now celebrating our 83rd year, we have been operating trains since 1931, taking passengers for around ¾ mile from Peasholm Park to Scalby Mills stations, offering beautiful views of Scarborough's North Bay. 100% wheelchair and pushchair friendly.
The Wells and Walsingham Railway 10¼" narrow gauge steam railway with the unique Garratt locomotives 'Norfolk Hero' and 'Norfolk Heroine' which were especially built for this line. The Railway operates every day of the week from March 28 until the end of October 2015
Please note that this website is to be reformatted so some of the pages may differ in layout. I do apologise for the fact you cannot presently directly access the information that I once gave about the operations of the miniature railway in Thorne Memorial Park, I did offer to continue the website at no cost as it been from 2000, but the societies committee decided not to take up the offer when I resigned from the D&DMESL. Instead the society decided to create a new website called "The Official Site for Thorne Railway" and of course a new domain name totally oblivious in their what seems to be a lack of knowledge about publicity and the consequences that would result. This means that the extensive publicity information I had put out of the original website for the railway, contact addresses and telephone numbers for eleven years. So therefore there is still publicised in many tourist information centres and other websites and publications which they do not seem to have taken much action about by the phone calls, e-mails and other enquiries I still receive.
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