North Ings Farm Museum

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North Ings Farm Museum: We are a small museum on the edge of the Lincolnshire Fens specialising in agricultural equipment.

The museum has a collection of tractors, agricultural machinery, commercial vehicles.

The museum has a range of tractors mostly dating from the 1940s and 50s. They are kept in working order and are used for tasks around the museum grounds and attend vintage rallies.

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North Ings Farm Railway


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North Ings Farm Railway

The 2ft gauge railway was first installed in 1971 to serve the chicken farm, handling feed, eggs and waste from cleaning of the sheds. Although the poultry business closed in 1981, the original locomotive and wagons are still used around the farm, and have been joined by six other industrial diesel locomotives, and a steam tram engine. The line has been extended over the years and now forms a circuit of 1/3 mile.

A passenger train provides visitors with a trip on the railway, and includes a coach with facilities for the disabled.


How to get here


The museum is off the B1188 in Dorrington. Turn into the village at the Musicians Arms Public House, and continue through the village. Go under the railway line and 300 yards on the right is the museum entrance.
Follow the farm road for 2/3 mile and park on the left at the entrance.


Opening Times:

1st Sunday of every month April - October. 10:00-17:00



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Address: North Ings Farm Museum, Fen Road, Dorrington, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN4 3QB, UK
Phone: +44 1526 833100

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