Steam Days - a perfect day out in Channel Islands
Steam Centres in Channel Islands

Channel Islands

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The Channel Islands might not seem the obvious choice for a steam day out, and it has to be said that your choice is limited.

The Alderney Railway on St Anne is a two mile long standard gauge railway that operates mainly during the summer. It was built in the mid 1800s for the Admiralty to transport stone from a quarry to where fortifications were required. The heritage service started in 1982, and is mostly hauled by diesel these days, with some of its carriages taken from the 1950s London Underground.

The Pallot Heritage Steam Museum can be found on Jersey and nowadays includes motor and general sections. The key for steam enthusiasts is their collection of locomotives and Victorian carriages.

 

 

 
 

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