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Lowestoft 7 1/4" gauge railway
Topic Started: 24 Aug 2017, 08:01 PM (115 Views)
P Scott
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There was a short lived 7.25" gauge railway on the seafront at Lowestoft - just south of the Claremont Pier in the early 1980s. (so further south than the well-known 10.25" gauge line).

Motive power was a Cromar White Hymek.

There are a couple of references in Narrow Gauge News, but I have never seen a photo of this railway.

Does anyone know anymore please, or perhaps have a photo?

Thanks,

Peter S.
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