In 1897 Dick, Kerr & Company bought a disused factory in Preston and commenced the manufacture of trams and electric locomotives and in June 1905 this works became known as…

The prototype Deltic arrived at RSR on 9th August 2012 and was on public view in the museum until October 2015. She was kindly loaned by the NRM. The loco…

During the development of Preston into a major manufacturing Lancashire town a small dock was built on the east bank of the River Ribble together with a warehouse for the…

Ever since mankind settled in one place there has been a need to move large objects such as stone or wood for building, or later to move commodities, for example…

Take a closer look at the Ribble Steam Railway route via this guide: 1.5 miles, crossing the Preston Dock Swing Bridge and alongside the River Ribble.

Online Press Publication – ‘Preston Docks’ – Reflections of a once busy Lancashire Port

The unit is available for private hire and school visits.E79960 was built in Germany in 1958 by Waggon und Masshienenbau for British Railways and is currently in BR green livery…

Ribble Steam Railway Chain Caul Rd, Preston, Lancashire PR2 2PD Visit the Ribble Steam Railway for heritage train rides along our line. The three mile return trip includes crossing the…

 How to find your way to the Ribble Steam Railway, by Car, by Train, by Bus, By Bike or On Foot.

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