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DMU at Nunckley Hill Events: October 2017 - In this edition:-
  • Spooky Wood Weekend 28th/28th October
  • Trains running 21st/22nd October
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Halloween 2016 banner Spooky Wood Weekend 28/29 October - Our volunteers will be transforming the Nunckley Trail into a spooky adventure to be enjoyed on the run up to Halloween. Come and look for the ghosts and witches. What can you find cooking in the witch’s cauldron? Don’t get caught in the cobwebs at the willow arch! Open 28th… Continue reading Spooky Wood Weekend 28/29 October
DMU at Nunckley Hill Trains Running: 21st and 22nd October - We are pleased to announce that the GCR will again be running their DMU on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd October. Ticket prices are £5 for adults, £3 for children available in advance from the GCR. Continue reading Trains Running: 21st and 22nd October
GCR 946 arrives at MARCH Newsletter: September 2017 - In this months newsletter:
  • Our latest exhibit Coach MS&LR No. 946
  • Coming soon a Midland Railway Brake van
  • News from the ECO Team
  • Volunteer Led Group Site Tours
  • Train days 21st and 22nd October.
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GCR 946 arrives at MARCH MS & LR No. 946 arrives at Mountsorrel - We have taken delivery of a very special railway coach, MS&LR No. 946. Built by the Manchester Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway in 1888, before becoming the Great Central Railway in 1897, it has taken 16 years to restore from derelict condition and now looks amazing. Some of you may have… Continue reading MS & LR No. 946 arrives at Mountsorrel
DMU at Nunckley GCR Diesel Gala 9/10 September - The GCR will be running trains along the Mountsorrel Branch line during their forthcoming diesel gala weekend. Only day runabout tickets will be available at a cost of: adult £18, and child £10. Continue reading GCR Diesel Gala 9/10 September
Granite Wagons Newsletter: July 2017 - In this month's newsletter:-
  • Through trains!
  • Volunteering Opportunities
Continue reading Newsletter: July 2017