The Mid-Suffolk Light Railway was a classic case of a railway built too late for the great railway age. It never paid its way and was effectively broke before it opened. Operating in receivership from the start the line was never fully completed, the rails petering out in the middle of a field, however it still managed to struggle on against all the odds for 50 years.
Come along at 7pm on the 12th June and hear more about Suffolk’s only standard gauge heritage railway – currently the temporary home of our own engine Sirapite who is spending the 2019 season at Brockford.
Entry is £5.00 on the door.MSLR Poster 2019