collection of rolling stock

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  • The growing collection of rolling stock was largely restored, and partly returned to operating condition.
  • A collection of rolling stock was retained at the former railway workshops to form a museum.
  • The museum features a collection of rolling stock, signs, tickets and other items.
  • The museum currently owns a large and varied collection of rolling stock.
  • The running line was extended over half a mile towards North Elmham, and a collection of rolling stock was built up.
  • A small collection of rolling stock is stored at Robertsbridge, with several items undergoing active restoration.
  • In Sierra Leone a collection of rolling stock was retained at the former railway workshops to form a museum.
  • Upon commencing operations in April 1993 National Rail inherited a diverse collection of rolling stock.
  • The Goldfields Railway's collection of rolling stock consists of both passenger carriages and freight wagons.
  • The collection of rolling stock of this heritage railway is centered on the seven Swedish railways which ran scheduled passenger traffic on narrow gauge track.
  • The museum has a collection of rolling stock, a small train station, and a small heritage railroad called the Mercury and Chase Railroad between April and December.
  • The society's collection of rolling stock includes both four-wheel and bogie wagons of an array of types, from a guard's van to cement and sheep wagons.
  • Founded by enthusiasts and former employees in 1986, the group has restored the Muddy Creek Forks station and also has a small collection of rolling stock there.
  • The roundhouse is now run as Goulburn Rail Heritage Centre, a museum open to the public with large collection of rolling stock and various exhibits, as well as privately owned locomotives and carriages.
  • Based out of the Portland Company Marine Complex, the organization was founded in 1993 and contains a collection of rolling stock and artifacts from the narrow gauge railways that ran in the state of Maine in the late 19th century and early 20th century.
  • The WRPS's collection of rolling stock consists of both passenger carriages and freight wagons, and is either owned outright by the society or is leased from the New Zealand Rail Heritage Trust.
  • The collection of rolling stock also included Cowans-Sheldon 10-tonne railway crane N O 227 built in 1937, which was relocated to its new owners at the Ferrymead Railway in 2009 for restoration to working order.
  • The society also possesses two small diesel shunters, DSA 227 and TR 13, along with a large mainline diesel locomotive, DA 1401, and a varied collection of rolling stock including both passenger and freight wagons.