Since moving north we've spotted a few miniature railways on our travels around our new local area. The first of these - the Brookside Miniature Railway in Poynton - was randomly found en route to Macclesfield last month.
The Brookside Miniature Railway is located at the Brookside Garden Centre in Poynton, near Hazel Grove and is well worth a visit. We spotted the sign from the road outside and had to call in for a visit.
|Full steam ahead|
We enjoyed our ride on the train so much that we took our friend, and fellow fan of miniature golf and railways, Oliver Florence there on his recent stay with us in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport.
|Ollie and Richard on the train|
|Squire Richard with the Sir Richard engine|
|New locals of Cheadle|
|The "Greatest little railway in Cheshire". Not my words, the words of Phil Collins|
|A view of an engine|
|On our first visit fares were £1.80 for adults. As the route was shortened on our second visit tickets were £1.50|
|A long Stockport bench|
As there is some building work going on through the winter the route of travel has been truncated. Luckily our first visit coincided with the last weekend of steam until next summer.
|The closed section of line. Luckily we got to travel that way the week before our second visit|
Check out the links below for more information on the Brookside Miniature Railway, as well as other miniature railways in the UK. Visiting them could become a new tickable list activity like the Crazy World of Minigolf Tour...
|Like Land of the Giants|
- Brookside Miniature Railway in Poynton
- Brookside Garden Centre
- Miniature Railway World
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- Miniature Railways
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