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The Engine Shed
Caption: Download our stocklist to find out what is in The Engine Shed

The East Lancashire Railway owns and attracts a wide range of locomotives, from the recently restored “Crab” 13065 to famous visiting engines such as "Flying Scotsman" 60103, “Sir Nigel Gresley” 60007 and “Union of South Africa” 60009.

Discover what locomotives, coaches and wagons are currently in our sheds by downloading the East Lancashire Railway Stocklist.

Please note that the Engine Sheds are not open to the public.

Our visitors say…

  • We visited here with our grandchildren for a day out. The train was fabulous and we especially enjoyed going through the tunnels. The engines were beautifully kept.

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