I've visited Tanfield - it's a beautiful place with a rich history. Thanks for bringing the memories flooding back with your pictures and post.Bodge.
Oh! Very nice pictures. We also have a railway museum here in my neighborhood.http://www.wfj.se/english/info.htmhttp://www.wfj.se/if you like to read....
Lovely post! Love the photos of the old trains:)Petunia's ABC
Great T post....My T post in here Thanks
Very interesting post - train in Tanfield. I love everything British! ;D
I like your Tanfield Train.The Tide has Turned in Texas.Come visit,Troy and Martha
Very nice T post.
Nice shots. I would love to visit there myself. I didn't know it was the oldest train. Very interesting.
Very nice T's ...I have to really search your blog sometimes when I stop in....interesting.ine is up here and here.
I like those narrow-gauge railways! When we were in Wales we made a trip on one of them!
Perfect 't' -- I'm from railroad country in the western U.S. so this was a particularly fun visit for me.Happy Wednesday!
Lovely photos of trains. This line must be partly what Thomas the Train was modelled after.
Neat T photos! Good post.
What a fascinating post! I had never heard of Tanfield Railway, but it is now on my list of things I hope to visit in my ever diminishing somedays.
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