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Exmoor Steam Railway Company; Current Status
Topic Started: 4 Apr 2017, 01:20 PM (176 Views)
bvr379
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Can anybody help with the current status of the Exmoor Steam Railway Company?

There is no up-to-date info. on their Facebook page.

I appreciate that their railway line no longer appears to operate, but does the company still produce locomotives?

Best wishes,

David Barnes

Bure Valley Railway - The 15" gauge railway with powerful steam locomotives.
Trains between Wroxham & Aylsham in Norfolk.
Daily train services are now running until the 29th of October.
Please look up the BVR website, for more details.
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Peter_Beevers
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Yes, they are still building locos
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bvr379
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Thanks Peter.
However, the company appears to have plenty of work, because they keep a very low profile.
Best wishes,
David Barnes

Bure Valley Railway - The 15" gauge railway with powerful steam locomotives.
Trains between Wroxham & Aylsham in Norfolk.
Daily train services are now running until the 29th of October.
Please look up the BVR website, for more details.
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They always have done, on both counts.
Edited by Peter_Beevers, 6 Apr 2017, 05:43 PM.
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