Enclosed are some pictures taken during the 2008 AGM Weekend.
All Photographs Copyright Alan Holmes 2008.
Wallis & Steevens Simplicity RR 7939 "Emily" of 1927 in steam in the yard at the Statfold Barn Railway.
Standard Guage, 2' 6" Guage and 2' Guage Turntable in the yard at the Statfold Barn Railway.
2' Guage, plus 2 others on the Garden Railway at the Statfold Barn Railway.
Chairman Michael Goakes thanks Graham Lee, owner of the Statfold Barn Railway, at the end of our visit.
The Committee Table at the 2008 AGM.
The Members at the 2008 AGM.
Chairman Michael Goakes presents the Rolling Trophy, for the best article in Rolling as voted by the Members at the AGM, to Graham Atkinson.
Chairman Michael Goakes presents the Driving Trophy to Mike Farmer and Michael Hawkes, for taking Mike's Wallis & Steevens Advance RR far and wide during 2007.
Chairman Michael Goakes presents the RRA Trophy to the North Staffs. and Cheshire Traction Engine Club, via representative Steve Arrowsmith, for their restoration of Green RR 2054 owned by Staffordshire County Council.
Clayton & Shuttleworth RR 34980 "Excelsior" of 1902, the oldest surviving Steam Roller by this manufacturer, in the yard at the Coors Visitor Centre outside the AGM Meeting Room.
A minituare Motor Roller on display in the AGM Meeting Room.
After the AGM was over Clayton & Shuttleworth RR 34980 "Excelsior" of 1902 made its way to the Hotel used as the base for the weekend, where it is seen raising steam on the Sunday morning.
Sentinel Wgn 1488 of 1917 "Old No. 1" is seen on static display during the visit to the Coors Visit Centre on the Sunday morning.
Stationery Engine in the shed at Klondyke Mill, see picture below for details, seen during the Sunday afternoon visit.
Details for Stationery Engine at Klondyke Mill, see previous picture.
Chairman Michael Goakes represents the RRA Trophy to Phil Jeffs, Chairman of the North Staffs. and Cheshire Traction Engine Club, in front of Green RR 2054 at Klondyke Mill during the Sunday afternoon visit.