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Ronald Shephard Railway Collection

Railway photographs from across the UK, c1930s -c1960

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Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Liverpool & Manchester Locomotive Lion 1930

Liverpool & Manchester Locomotive Lion 1930
" Lion" at the Liverpool & Manchester Railway Centenary Celebrations in 1930.The loco formerly used on the Liverpool Dock Estate drew a specially constructed replica of a train of 1830

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Aveling & Porter geared locomotive on the Amberley Quarry Railway 1940

Aveling & Porter geared locomotive on the Amberley Quarry Railway 1940
A view north of the Aveling & Porter steam geared locomotive in the exchange sidings. Ronald Shephard Railway Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No:1/1/10

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Derailment at West Hythe on RHDR c. 1927

Derailment at West Hythe on RHDR c. 1927
No.7 " Typhoon" lies on its side near the Prince of Wales Bridge at West Hythe following a collision with a tractor on the level crossing 1947 Ronald Shephard Collection West Sussex Record

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Loco Exe on the Lynton & Barnstable Railway c. 1933

Loco Exe on the Lynton & Barnstable Railway c. 1933
Loco " Exe" is seen at Pilton Yard with carriage stock. The loco is in intermediate livery which was applied between 1927/29

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Lynton Station on the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway c. 1932

Lynton Station on the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway c. 1932
View of Lynton station and goods shed following the extension to the station building Ronald Shephard Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No: Shephard 1/38/3

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Blackmoor Station - Lynton & Barnstaple Railway c. 1932

Blackmoor Station - Lynton & Barnstaple Railway c. 1932
Blackmoor Station - view of down train in the other platform Ronald Shephard Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No: Shephard 1/34/4

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Isle of Wight Railway c. 1936

Isle of Wight Railway c. 1936
Terrier Loco W.9 as operating in Southern railway days, being turned at Bembridge Station Ronald Shephard Railway Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No: Shephard 1/25/79

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Robertsbridge Station c. 1952

Robertsbridge Station c. 1952
The southern end of the Kent & East Sussex Railway with Terrier No. 32678 with a single coach at Robertsbridge in British Railways days Ronald Shephard Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Inaugural train, on RHDR 5 August 1926

Inaugural train, on RHDR 5 August 1926
The Duke of York at New Romney having driven the inaugural train on The Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway, hauled by " Northern Chief" from The Duke of Yorks bridge a distance of 1.5 miles

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Delivery at Selsey c. 1933

Delivery at Selsey c. 1933
Ford railcar set on the curve at Selsey Station with livestock, goods and empty milk churns being unloaded from the centre wagon. The Selsey Tramway opened in 1897 and formed part of Col

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Taw at Woody Bay on the Lynton & Barnstable Railway c. 1935

Taw at Woody Bay on the Lynton & Barnstable Railway c. 1935
Loco " Taw" at Woody Bay with a down train. The engine is one of the four 2-6-2T tanks built for this 1ft 11.5in line by Manning Wardle Ronald Shephard Collection West Sussex Record Office

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Aveling & Porter Steam geared locomotive on the Amberley Quarry Railway 1940

Aveling & Porter Steam geared locomotive on the Amberley Quarry Railway 1940
Aveling & Porter geared locomtoive in the exchange sidings. This machine was capable of being used as a stationary engine to drive other machinery by way of flat belts

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Northiam on the Kent & East Sussex Railway c. 1937

Northiam on the Kent & East Sussex Railway c. 1937
K&ESR Locomotive No.2 " Northiam" at Rolvenden with members of staff. The loco was built was built by R & W Hawthorn Leslie of Newcastle-on-Tyne in 1899

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Aveling & Porter steam geared locomotive on the Amberley Quarry Railway 1940

Aveling & Porter steam geared locomotive on the Amberley Quarry Railway 1940
Aveling & Porter engine on the line connecting the exchange sidings to the quarry. The loco was built in 1899. The belt drive allowed it to operate the crushing plant

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Aveling & Porter geared locomotive shunting on the Amberley Quarry Railway 1940

Aveling & Porter geared locomotive shunting on the Amberley Quarry Railway 1940
Shunting in the exchange sidings with Amberley Station in the background. Ronald Shephard Railway Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No: 1/1/4

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Aveling & Porter steam geared locomotive on the Amberley Quarry Railway 1940

Aveling & Porter steam geared locomotive on the Amberley Quarry Railway 1940
Aveling & Porter locomotive in the exchange sidings with Amberley Station and goods shed in the background. Ronald Shephard Railway Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No: Shephard 1/1/7

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Aveling & Porter geared locomotive on the Amberley Quarry Railway 1940

Aveling & Porter geared locomotive on the Amberley Quarry Railway 1940
Looking north at Aveling & Porter geared locomotive in the exchange sidings. Note camping coach on the left. Ronald Shephard Railway Railway Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No: Shephard 1/1/1

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Green Goddess arrives c. 1926

Green Goddess arrives c. 1926
" Green Godess" being delivered to the RHDR at New Romney. This was the first of five pacific locomotive to be delivered to the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch railway

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Kent & East Sussex Railway- Headcorn c. 1937

Kent & East Sussex Railway- Headcorn c. 1937
Ford Railcar set at Headcorn. The Headcorn to Tenterden section of the line was closed in 1954 and subsequently dismantled Ronald Shephard Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No: Shephard 1/28/2

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Southern Maid on RHDR c. 1932

Southern Maid on RHDR c. 1932
Locomotive No.3" Southern Maid" entering Newe Romney Station on the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway. The locomotive is seen here as delivered to this 15in line in 1927 with its original

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Tenterden Town Station c. 1937

Tenterden Town Station c. 1937
Ford Railcar at Tenterden Town Station on the Kent and East Sussex Railway. The line opened in 1900 as the Rother Valley Railway from Robertsbridge to Tenterden Town in 1903

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Ronald Shephard Railway Collection

Ronald Shephard Railway Collection
West Sussex County Council West Sussex Record Office Collections: Ronald Shephard Railway Collection

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Grey Pit of the Amberely Quarry Railway 1940

Grey Pit of the Amberely Quarry Railway 1940
View of quarrys Grey Pit looking south-west from High Titten with the De Witt Kiln in the foreground Ronald Shephard Railway Collection west Sussex Record Office Ref Shephard 1/1/2

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Aveling & Porter geared locomotive on the Amberely Quarry railway 1940

Aveling & Porter geared locomotive on the Amberely Quarry railway 1940
Close-up of Aveling & Porter geared locomotive showing Makers Plate No.4571 Ronald Shephard Railway Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No. 1/1/8

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Ronald Shephard Railway Collection

Ronald Shephard Railway Collection
West Sussex County Council West Sussex Record Office Collections: Ronald Shephard Railway Collection

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Ronald Shephard Railway Collection

Ronald Shephard Railway Collection
West Sussex County Council West Sussex Record Office Collections: Ronald Shephard Railway Collection

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Ronald Shephard Railway Collection

Ronald Shephard Railway Collection
West Sussex County Council West Sussex Record Office Collections: Ronald Shephard Railway Collection

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Ronald Shephard Railway Collection

Ronald Shephard Railway Collection
West Sussex County Council West Sussex Record Office Collections: Ronald Shephard Railway Collection

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Departing at Ramsey - Isle of Man Railway c. 1947

Departing at Ramsey - Isle of Man Railway c. 1947
A party of Scouts prepare to board the train at Ramsey Ronald Shephard Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No: Shephard 1/24/67

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Railcar set at Headcorn Junction - Kent & East Sussex Railway c. 1932

Railcar set at Headcorn Junction - Kent & East Sussex Railway c. 1932
The twin T type Ford set at Headcorn Junction Ronald Shephard Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No: Shephard 1/28/5

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway c. 1930

Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway c. 1930
Locomotive 0-8-2 " River Irt" constructed in 1928 is seen hauling a packed train of open coaches. The Loco is a rebuild of the Heywood engine " Muriel" originally constructed in

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: On the way to Dungeness c. 1928

On the way to Dungeness c. 1928
Loco No.2 " Northern Chief" with a train on the Dungeness extension of The RHDR which opened in 1928/29. When constructed the extension was double track hence the ballast train on the other

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Ford Railcar set at Tenterden Town Station c. 1937

Ford Railcar set at Tenterden Town Station c. 1937
Although the line was closed in 1961, the first two miles of track at Tenterden were reopened as the preserved Kent & East Sussex Railway in February 1974

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Liverpool & Manchester Centenary Celebrations 1930

Liverpool & Manchester Centenary Celebrations 1930
The locomotive " Lion" which starred in the 1950s comedy " The Titfield Thunderbolt", pulled this replica train on a circular track on the Wavertree Playground in Liverpool as

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Isle of Man Railway c. 1946

Isle of Man Railway c. 1946
One of the early Beyer Peacock 2-4-0 locos preparing to join its train at outer Douglas Ronald Shephard Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No: Shephard 1/24/66

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Isle of Man Railway 1947

Isle of Man Railway 1947
Loading the guards passenger van at Douglas prior to a journey to Port Erin Ronald Shephard Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref No: Shephard 1/24/68

Background imageRonald Shephard Railway Collection: Easingwold Railway 1943

Easingwold Railway 1943
Locomotive 0-6-0 No.2 supplied by Hudswell Clarke in 1903 stands in the platform at Easingwold. This standard gauge railway ran for 2.5 miles from Easingwold to Alane


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