THE private East Wressle & Brind Railway (EW&BR) has been maintained and improved by a dedicated group of volunteers, who met up at the railway every week after the death of previous owner Colin Shutt in 2016.
The EW&BR was created by Colin and his wife Elizabeth on their farm near Howden, East Yorkshire.
It represented a typical Colonel Stephens-type rural branch, built for Colin’s replica Ford Model T railbus.
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