The railway was intended to build a 50-mile network to open up an agricultural area of central Suffolk, but it never really got off the ground and closed in 1952. Informally referred to as the Middy Line, it is now a railway museum run by a charity.
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Ideal sketching weather today, says Sally L. Of her first sketch, she tell us "I did have these engine parts explained to me in some detail, needless to say I have forgotten all of it! The Wissington came from Bury St Edmunds, used to ferry sugar beet to the factory.
"I think I might colour it, because the whole thing was in a shed and quite dark, except for the red brake lever."