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Stunning images unveiled as Wildlife Photographer of the Year arrives in Seaton.(Seaton Tramway)

  • Posted On: 6 March 2019
The world-renowned exhibition, on loan from the Natural History Museum in London, will open at Seaton Tramway on 10th March, featuring exceptional images which capture fascinating animal behaviour, spectacular species and the breathtaking diversity of the natural world.

The century-old toy train from Mumbai to Matheran got a new heritage steam engine last week.(http://www.newindianexpress.com)

  • Posted On: 3 March 2019

Revisiting heritage

The century-old toy train that takes passengers from Mumbai’s expanding metropolitan area to the shady greens of Matheran got a new heritage steam engine last week. The new engine that reminds us of old steam engines comes to this rail service as part of the heritage month being observed by the Central Railway.


Nostalgic! Tram cars to chug along south Mumbai again.(Rajendra B.Aklekar)

BEST calls for feasibility study to check if a tram could be run from Electric House to Kala Ghoda on weekends to promote tourism.

  • Posted On: 28 February 2019

Tram cars may soon make a return to Mumbai's streets. The BEST Undertaking in its committee meeting on Wednesday discussed a proposal to revive one tram car and check the feasibility of running it on a small stretch between the Electric House and Kala Ghoda on weekends with the help of the tourism department.


Bring Drumboe Home - Donegal Railway Heritage Centre announces major new initiative.(www.donegalnow.com)

  • Posted On: 14 February 2019
Donegal Railway Heritage Centre is delighted to announce that it has exciting plans to bring Donegal's most famous steam engine 'Drumboe' back to the county.

Long-serving John recognised for services to railway preservation.(https://wales247.co.uk)

  • Posted On: 14 February 2019

A Tywyn man described as probably the world’s longest serving heritage railway volunteer has been presented with the Railway Magazine Annual Award for Services to Railway Preservation.

John Bate, Talyllyn Railway’s former chief engineer, was honoured at the recent Heritage Railway Association awards ceremony.

 


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