Introduction Part 2.More to see at Derwent Valley Light Railway.
See the DVLR Pump Action Trolley in action.This original DVLR platelayers’/gangers’ trolley had lain abandoned for decades before being discovered in a wrecked condition. After a rigorous restoration job by a DVLR Society member, the trolley is back in action on its home line. See it demonstrated here at Murton. There is a fascinating first-hand human interest story of its original usage recounted in this website.
History in Motion at Murton - Visit DVLR, Historic York’s Heritage Railway
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Wickham Trolley.This is a rare historic piece of engineering and we are often able to display this too.
Did you know that “The Blackberry Line" has long been the affectionate colloquial name for this cherished rural railway, the Derwent Valley Light Railway ? Find out why in this website. Derwent Valley Light Railway (DVLR) is a standard gauge railway which originally ran between Layerthorpe, York and Cliffe Common, Selby, with several lovely village stations, including Murton, along the way. To see an enlargement of “Layout of original DVLR line and stations”, click the panel across to the right >>>> >>>> >>>> ..This story and webpage continuesas the “A Look Around” webpage, from Murton Park Station button near the bottom of this page.
See some of the rail wagons of yesteryear. They are typical of some of the wagons, which once carried so much of our Nation’s goods, in long trains.
Introduction Part 2. More at DVLR.Wickham Trolley & Pump Trolley Demos.Goods Trains and goods rolling stock on display.Derwent Valley Light Railway (DVLR). "The Blackberry Line" has long been the affectionate colloquial name for this cherished rural railway, Derwent Valley Light Railway (DVLR). It's a standard gauge railway which ran between Layerthorpe, York and Cliffe Common, Selby, with several lovely village stations, including Murton, along the way. ………..Continued on the “A look around“ page, accessible from the red “Murton Park Station” button near the bottom of this page.Now continue by having a broader look around: