Heritage Railway

Armoured Simplex makes its debut fully restored

THE Greensand Railway Museum Trust launched 40hp Armoured Simplex No. LR2182 into public service on the Leighton Buzzard Railway on May 6, completing the restoration of this unique eight-ton 8ft high, 10ft long locomotive which began in 2016.

No. LR2182 was built

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