HAMPSHIRE Narrow Gauge Railway Trust (HNGRT) is leaving its base at Bursledon Brickworks Museum at the end of this year.
HNGRT has run a railway at this site, which includes a short passenger carrying line, for 22 years.
The group says it doesn’t know if it will continue elsewhere, with further announcements to follow.
HNGRT’s internal combustion locomotives are located at Bursledon.
The trust also owns two steam locomotives which usually run on hire at other lines, but have periodically steamed at the Brickworks line.
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