Aveling & Porter locomotive, No 807, in the Museum Building ay Buckinghamshire Railway Museum, Quainton, 17.7.2019. This locomotive, built in Rochester, Kent, by a company who are better known for their traction engines.
A newly refurbished and painted wheel/axel/crank assembly in the workshops at the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, 17.7.2019. I did not see any other parts obviously associated with this construction but my curiosity is aroused by the colour. Could it be …………...
Ruston & Hornsby 0-6-0DH, Works Number 459578, built 1961 for the Ministry of Defence and numbered 423 by them. Since being demobbed from the army it has had a number of homes and liveries, now in its original appearance at the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, 17.7.2019
A refurbished 10 ton tank wagon in the museum building at the Buckingham Railway Centre, Quainton, 17.7. 2019. The wagon has gone through a number of ownerships. Various plates attached give confusing information regarding its origins. The only thing that appears certain is that it was built in 1915
The 'front office' and 'boiler room' of the 172 year old London and North Western Railway locomotive 3020 Cromwell standing in the train shed of the re-erected Oxford Rewley Road station at the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, 17.7.2019.
A travelling crane at the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, 17.7.2019. I shave memories of a OO model by Tri-ang, many years ago, that was almost identical, I don't know if it was based on this make of crane.
The old station building at Quainton, taken 17.7.2017, now part of the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre. It has appeared in many films and TV dramas, featuring prominently in the episode of the police crime drama Endeavour, 'Passenger' shown 18.22018
An interesting little loco in the museum building at Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, 17.7.2019. Unfortunately I cannot give any details as I cannot find it on the Centre's website stock list.
Taken 17.7.2019, a view of the facade of the old London & North Western Railway Station (later absorbed by the London Midland & Scottish Railway) erected at Rewley Road, Oxford and now standing at the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, Buckinghamshire.