The Leighton Buzzard Railway is one of the few narrow‐gauge light railways to survive in England. Built over 85 years ago to transport sand, the line has carried a steam‐hauled passenger train service since 1968, and now houses one of the largest collections of narrow‐gauge locomotives in…
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