The annual event showcases a range of steam-powered vehicles and machinery across a site spanning more than 600 acres.Read the full story ›
The Halt has been built by a team from the railway’s 900-plus volunteers and has been designed to look much like the original.Read the full story ›
The famous Tornado steam locomotive has been travelling through Devon and Cornwall.
Tornado started out from London Paddington this morning and is due to arrive in Penzance this afternoon.
It's the first mainline steam locomotive built in the UK since 1960.
Here it was with Dawlish fans a little earlier:
Train enthusiasts across the region have been waiting today to catch a glimpse of Tornado. Even Clover the canine has been waiting...Read the full story ›
The world's most famous locomotive - the Flying Scotsman passed through Swindon this week. It came as the railway town celebrates 175 years of industry.
The steam train has been recently renovated and is touring the country.
- Watch the Flying Scotsman travelling through Wiltshire courtesy aair.biz
The Office of Rail and Road said it had safety concerns over the West Coast Railway Company after "a number of incidents".Read the full story ›
The London Underground is marking its 150th anniversary - and today, a man from Gloucestershire - and his stream train - were the centre of the celebrations.
He drove the engine - which was restored in the Forest of Dean - along the Metropolitan line. Watch Tanya Mercer's report.
A heritage railway has fully reopened after raising a million pounds to repair two landslides.
Today was the first time in almost thirty years that a train was able to run the full length of the line. Ken Goodwin reports.
The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway (GWR) has been officially re-opened following £1 million repairs to collapsed embankments.
Volunteers celebrated by travelling along the railway's full 12 mile length for the first time since 1979.
The Gloucestershire to Warwickshire railway line has been officially re-opened following £1 million repairs to collapsed embankments.
The railway is now open along its full 12 mile length for the first time since 1979.