The N&L.L.R

A Narrow Gauge Garden Railway in Rural Leicestershire

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4 Comments

Reply musket the dog
6:29 AM on May 1, 2020 
Pigpen says...
Looks like a lot of fun! I like the Trevithick style loco especially. Hope itâ??s all going well in your new home. Found the site by accident while looking for the Huncote mineral railway.


Thanks very much your comments, all been taken down a while now. I'm now two addresses and a university education further on but the interest is still there and the line has continued to evolve. The recent efforts have mostly been ploughed into stock building but there are plans for a new line. I really must update the website.

I would be very interested if you managed to find anything out about the mineral railway, I've been trying to research it myself.
Reply Pigpen
8:18 AM on March 29, 2020 
Looks like a lot of fun! I like the Trevithick style loco especially. Hope itâ??s all going well in your new home. Found the site by accident while looking for the Huncote mineral railway.
Reply musket the dog
9:18 AM on January 21, 2012 
john bailiss says...
Just found your site great garden railway.I run the littlethorpe miniature railway 7 1/4 " gauge on cosby road.


Thank you very much, just taken it all up pending a house move. Hopefully will rebuild bigger and better at next location. I've seen that a few times and always wondered who runs it. I've seen a couple of your videos up on youtube, a very nice set up you have.
Reply john bailiss
3:35 PM on January 10, 2012 
Just found your site great garden railway.I run the littlethorpe miniature railway 7 1/4 " gauge on cosby road.