The RPSI got into the spirit of the Victorian Street Day at Whitehead by running train rides.
Despite a few wintry showers the Museum, Tea Room and train rides were very busy. In fact, at one stage visitors had to be turned away as there just wasn’t the capacity.
No.131 was the locomotive on duty, and looked well at the head of the train.
Well done to all the volunteers and staff who worked so well to make the day a success.
And a special thanks to all our visitors.
|No.131 viewed from the King's Road bridge.||Michael and Nelson shared driver and fireman duties.|
|Footballers are oblivious to trains and visitors alike.||The queue to get tickets.|
|Colin explains trains to his tour group in the Carriage Hall.||Jackie and her team were very busy in the Tea Room.|