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P1

Tipper in car park

  • Owned by: PCRN
  • P2

    Wooden side wagon

    Owned by: PCRN
    Notes: Restored at reopened Nursery

    P3

    Flat at present with temporary top

    Owned by: PCRN
    Notes: Partially restored at reopened Nursery. Used as semi-mobile flowerbed.

    P4

    Chassis

    Owned by: PCRN
    Notes: Was loaned to NRM

    P5

    Flat wagon

    Owned by: Bob Brook
    Notes: Restored by Bob Brook while Nursery was closed

    P6

    Flat wagon

    Owned by: Bob Brook
    Notes: Restored at reopened Nursery

    P10

    Skip chassis

    Owned by: Bob Brook
    Notes: Bought from Abbey Light Railway, Kirkstall. Mobile workbench.

    P11

    Skip chassis

    Owned by: Bob Brook
    Notes: Bought from Abbey Railway, Kirkstall

    P12

    Chassis

    Owned by: Tim Brook
    Notes: Bought from Abbey Railway, Kirkstall

    P13

    Tipper Chassis

    Owned by: Bob Brook
    Notes: ex HM Prison North Sea Camp, Freiston, Lincs.

    P14

    Flat Truck

    Owned by: Bob Brook
    Notes: possibly ex HM Prison North Sea Camp, Freiston, Lincs.

    P15

    Chassis

    Owned by: Bob Brook
    Notes: ex Anglian Water. Restored as a passenger coach/plant transport.

    P16

    Chassis

    Owned by: Bob Brook
    Notes: ex Anglian Water

    P17

    Chassis

    Owned by: PCRN
    Notes: Donated by a member of the Narrow Gauge Society

    P18

    Skip

    Owned by: Neil Clayton

    P20

    Large Chassis

    Sold to Jonathan Lloyd.
    This vehicle left the Nursery in July 2020

    P21

    Short wheel-base chassis

    Owned by Bob Brook
    Ex Abbey Light Railway

    P100

    Motorised Wagon

    Owned by: PCRN
    Notes: Built by Terry Stanhope from an extended skip wagon for his 2-foot gauge railway at Arthingtan Station gasworks. On Terry's death, it was donated to the Nursery by John Taylor of Sowerby Bridge. It is named Terry Stanhope in his memory.

    1

    Lister locomotive Loweco

    Owned by: Bob Brook Notes: Built by Lister in 1942, works number 20449. Worked at Kelby Sand and Gravel; Hoe Hill Tile Works, Barton on Humber. Restored and Re-engined by Peter Lowe. It was the first loco at the Abbey Light Railway, Kirkstall, Leeds. Moved to Poppleton in 2012. Powered by a Petter single cylinder diesel engine.

    Company Registered Number: 06211163 Registered Charity Number: 1148341
    © Poppleton Community Railway Nursery.