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|Mid Norfolk Railway
The Mid Norfolk Railway is one of the UK’s recent persevered heritage railways opened in 1999. Running for 11 miles from Dereham to Wymondham Abbey on the outskirts of Wymondham the line runs on the former Great Eastern Railways route to Fakenham. The line is run by the Mid-Norfolk Railway Preservation Trust who have owned and operated the railway sine 1995. No. 80078 is based at the railway during the summer months there.
|Mangapps Railway Museum
The Mangapps Railway Museum is a heritage railway centre located near Burnham-on-Crouch in Essex. The .75 miles of standard gauge demonstration train-track and museum are owned and operated by the Jolly family assisted by volunteers.
|Epping Ongar Railway
This is both the longest heritage railway in Essex and the closest to London, easily accessible via the tube network. Its now the base for 80078 when the loco is not visiting other preserved lines around the UK.
The Mid-Norfolk Railway is a 14-mile preserved standard gauge heritage railway that runs from Dereham to Wymondham in Norfolk, East Anglia. Its one of the longest preserved railways in Great Britain. No. 80078 operates there during the summer seasons.