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Original Basset-Lowke 15in gauge Little Giant

Little Giant has its springs adjusted by Don Proudlock while Tyne Tees Television producer looks on during the first official steaming following restoration in 1965

CopyrightRoy Lambeth
Taken31 December 1969
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Posted by Philip Soakell on April 27 2008 at 14:10

I have some photographs of small gauge railway at Haswell Lodge taken by grandfather back in 1960\' s, the signal box , turning circle, carriages being constructed in the workshop,etc


Posted by Dylan lowes on May 18 2009 at 03:57

My farther now owns the haswell lodge the train is demolished. MY! grandfarther designed and built that train I demolished it.I also have photos of little giant. we are selling the lodge now for 700,000 you are very unlucky you should have kept it. YOUR LOSS!


Posted by Dylan lowes on May 18 2009 at 03:58

My farther now owns the haswell lodge the train is demolished. MY! grandfarther designed and built that train I demolished it.I also have photos of little giant. we are selling the lodge now for 700,000 you are very unlucky you should have kept it. YOUR LOSS!


Posted by Paul Winstone on December 3 2008 at 13:16

I have always wanted to visit this railway having been in the area since 1976 but I never found it. Thanks for the photos - any more history would be appreciated.


Posted by Paul Winstone on December 3 2008 at 13:21

I have always wanted to visit this railway having been in the area since 1976 but I never found it. Thanks for the photos - any more history would be appreciated.


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