Edward Sholto & George Sholto prepare for a double-headed run.
Both Sholto' brothers' were members of the 'Large Quarry Class' built for Penrhyn Quarries by the Hunslet Locomotive Company over 100 years ago.
Were they ever this clean in their original quarry days?!
Bressingham's unique compound portable engine is specially steamed for the occasion.
Driver Ellis entering the arrival platform on the 2' gauge Nursery Line with Edward Sholto as Driver Vine peeks out of the cab of George Sholto.
Visiting Kerr-Stuart Wren Class loco 'Peter Pan' patiently awaits its next turn of duty on the Nursery Line.
Large Quarry Hunslet 'Edward Sholto' sets off with the demonstration freight train.
Driver Riley carefully edges Edward Sholto into the arrival platform on the Nursery Line.
Edward Sholto's owner Andrew Neale keeps a careful eye on the road ahead.
A happy crew prepare to put the two Sholtos to bed on the evening of the first day.
Bressingham resident 'Bevan' on a demonstration freight consisting of a restored ex-Penrhyn Fullersite wagon plus four ex-Festiniog slate wagons.
'Bevan' again with the demonstration freight.
Engines coupled and ready to go.
The two Sholtos set off together on the 1.5 mile Nursery Railway round trip.
Double headed Sholtos prepare to depart the Nursery Station on the second day of the event.
Driver Calver at the helm of Edward Sholto with loco owner Margaret Neale firing.