Constructed to a gauge of ten and a quarter inches, it is extensive and worth a visit.
The railway has quite a history, having originally been built by Brian Nicholson, the headmaster of Waterhouses School in Staffordshire. His intension was to relay part of the Leek and Manifold Light Railway, but for varying reasons the railway eventually ended up In Newton Abbot, having been recovered from Suffolk Wildlife Park.
D5910 in the photograph was built in 1987 based on the class 23, Baby Deltics, really a smaller version of the famous class 55 Deltics.
Best regards Andrew Jones
Many thanks Andrew for your photograph and article.