Derbyshire Dales Narrow Gauge Railway - Rowsley South (DDNGR) railway station, Park Side railway station, Diesel locomotive
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Derbyshire Dales Narrow Gauge Railway (DDDNGR) is a short, 2 ft (610 mm) railway located at Rowsley South at Peak Rail. It operates ex-industrial diesel locomotives and carriages similar to the Golden Valley light railway at Butterley. Rowsley South is the main station on the DDNGR. The DDNGR was established by Henry and Mary Frampton-Jones at Rowsley South during the 1990s. They had accumulated a collection of narrow gauge rolling stock at various other railways and needed a running line. At Rowsley South the area behind the turntable was found to be suitable and work started on clearing and laying the track. 1998 saw the arrival of the first items of rolling stock, and the two 40-foot containers used as engine sheds.
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