Midland Railway Butterley

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Midland Railway Butterley: There is a standard Gauge line which has steam and diesel hauled passenger trains. he train will cross over Butterley Reservoir on a large stone embankment which replaced an older bridge in the 1930's. Once over the embankment you will see the former Kilby Bridge Signal box on the right hand side before entering our western terminus of Hammersmith Station. You may alight here to see the engine uncouple, run round and re-couple to the train. At Hammersmith you will see the Signal and Telegraph Department works as well as being able to see the progress being made in creating a small country station in the area which was formerly the junction of a branch line to Ripley and on to Derby.

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The Midland Railway Centre is on the B6179, one mile North of Ripley, sign posted from Ripley town centre and from the A38, M1 Junction 28.


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Address: Midland Railway Butterley, Butterley Station, Ripley, Derbyshire, DE5 3QZ, UK
Phone: +44 1773 747674
Email: data@midlandrailwaycentre.co.uk

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