Telford Steam Railway

The Telford Steam Railway is a small industrial railway which runs in a “Y” formation from its base at Spring Village. Although formed in 1976, the railway is still under a mile in length, and offers short passenger rides.

However the railway has ambitious proposals to extend and run through to Ironbridge.

In 1999 the railway became home to a Class 104 2-car set which operated some services. Two further 104's joined in 2000 & 2001 but were only ever stored.

In 2012 the fleet expanded with the arrival of a Class 108 2-car set. This was part of a much wider strategy which saw the railway improve its facilities and rolling stock collection considerably. The 108 effectively replaced the deteriorating 104 which was removed from services shortly after and is currently in store.

The line also made use of privately owned experimental 2nd generation Railbus RB004 for a short time, however this vehicle was sold on in 2011.

 
50479 Class 104 DMBS
 
50531 Class 104 DMCL
 
51950 Class 108 DMBS
 
52062 Class 108 DMCL
 
59228 Class 104 TBSL