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Our Locomotives


The Society owns and operates five steam and two diesel locomotives, a diesel multiple unit and many unique items of heritage rolling stock. As the NNR's supporting charity, our motive power, carriages and wagons are permanently based at the NNR. 


B12 4-6-0 8572

Our flagship locomotive, built in 1928 at Beyer Peacock, Manchester.


Brush Type 2 D5631

Our Class 31 locomotive, which was delivered new to Norwich Shed (32a) in 1960. Additional Images by permission of WTG & Chris Moxon.


Class 08 D3935

Our Class 08 locomotive, was built at Horwich in 1960-61 and first allocated North of the border to Kittybrewster


Class 08 D3940

D3940 is a class 08 locomotive, built in 1960 at Derby. It has been restored to original green livery as built.

D3940 has just finished overhaul at Weybourne.


Class 101 Met Cam

'Met Cam' units feature large in East Anglia's rail history during the second half of the 20th Century, first in the form of the visually similar "Met Cam lightweights" [until 1969] and then the Class 101s.


Class 11 12131

12131 was built in 1952 at Darlington works. It was an Eastern Region machine, being based around March, Ely and Cambridge before transferring into the hands of the National Coal Board where it worked at the Snowdon Colliery in Kent. Additional Images by permission of WTG & Chris Moxon.


HC 0-6-0 ST Wissington

Our smallest locomotive and the last steam locomotive to work in East Anglia


Ring Haw

Hunslet 0-6-0ST locomotive No. 1982, Ring Haw, which has been a long time resident on the line.


WD 2-10-0 90775

Our largest locomotive, built for the war effort in 1943.


Y14/J15 0-6-0 7564

Our oldest locomotive, now over 110 years old, built in 1912 at Stratford works.

The Loco Club

You can support any of the M&GN Joint Railway Society's seven locomotives by joining The Loco Club. Members of The Loco Club support the cost of maintenance and overhauls through monthly contributions to the loco(s) of their choice.

The membership of The Loco Club have already helped to turn around the fortunes of our locos, so why not join them?

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