South Tyndale Railway
High in the Penines lies the South Tyndale Railway. It runs from Alston, in Cumbria, 2.25 miles along the South Tyne Valley to Kirkhaugh, in Northumberland. Alston is 267 metres above sea level and so the railway is known as the highest Narrow Gauge Railway in Northern England.
he railway operates to a two foot guage and mainly operates foreign built engines. Seen here is the ex Polish engine Naklo passing the Alston signal box pror to coupling up to the next train leaving Alston.
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