to the PNP Railways Engine Shed
Welcome to the PNP Railways Engine Sheds page, where you can delve into the captivating history and fascinating details of select items from the PNP Railways Collection. Within this collection, we proudly showcase three remarkable engines, all currently on loan and making appearances at specific railways.
Here, you will find a treasure trove of information about these engines, including their historical significance, unique features, and noteworthy achievements. Stay tuned as we regularly update the Engine Shed page with the latest postings of when and where these engines will be running,
"Sir Percivale" a King Arthur Class Loco
The model was commissioned by Walter Harper, a former British Railway surveyor in the 1970s.
The model is currently in the care of John Littlechild (of Starlight Express fame) who does a splendid job of maintaining and improving Sir Percivale
EAR Beyer Garratt Class 59
4-8-2 2-8-4 No 5928
The model was originally built by Coleby, Simkins in 1973 for the well-known surveyor turned railway author Brian Hollingsworth.
Mount Kilimanjaro is on loan from PNP Railways to the Rugby Society of Model Engineers
Manning Wardle 2-6-2T
Back in 1996, I had a vision—a vision to recreate the magic of the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway by building my own replica of Lew. I wanted to capture the essence of this iconic locomotive on 7¼" gauge.
Lew is poised to embark on new adventures at Cutteslowe Park near Oxford, cared for by The Oxford Society of Model Engineers.