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Engine House under construction, Moor Road Station, Middleton Railway (Hunslet)
Colour image20th November 2005. View of the new Engine House under construction at Moor Road Station at Middleton Railway. The project was awarded a Heritage Lottery Fund grant to build the Engine House as an educational resource centre. The concrete floor is fitted with rail track for the exhibition of the collection of steam and diesel locomotives owned by the heritage railway.
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Engine House under construction, Moor Road Station, Middleton Railway (Hunslet)
Colour image11th December 2005. Image shows the new Engine House under construction at Moor Road Station, Middleton Railway. This is where the Engine House joins the new cafe and shop area. In the foreground track can be seen. This has been laid to display some of the locomotives owned by the Middleton Railway Trust. The work was carried out with a £735,500 Heritage Lottery Grant with a further £35,000 raised by the Middleton Railway Trust President's Appeal.
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Engine House, fittings are installed in the new (Hunslet)
Colour image14th April 2006. Image shows the fittings and fixtures being installed in the new Engine House which will house a shop, a cafe, visitor toilet facilities, a Display Hall and an educational learning centre. There will also be a ticket office to book journeys on the steam and diesel locomotives held by the Middleton Railway Trust. The Engine House is located at Moor Road Station.
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Engine House, interior view of the first floor (Hunslet)
Colour image11th December 2005. View looking into the first floor of the Engine House, which is under construction at Moor Road Station, Middleton Railway. This is designed as a training room/classroom where school children will be able to learn about the long history of the world's oldest working railway. To facilitate the scheme the Middleton Railway Trust was awarded a grant of £735,500 and the Middleton Trust President's Appeal raised £35,000.
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Engine House, Middleton Railway, the first locomotive to traverse the new tracks (Hunslet)
Colour image29th January 2006. Image shows the very first locomotive to traverse the new tracks into the brand new Engine House at Moor Road Station, Middleton Railway. This is the 138C Thomas Hill 0-4-0DH which was originally a steam locomotive. It was converted to diesel by Thomas Hill of Rotherham in 1965 and was acquired by the Middleton Railway Trust in 1982. It is smartly painted with a blue and yellow livery. The interior of the Engine House is designed to function as a museum, enabling some of the great Leeds built locomotives to be displayed to the public.
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