A RAIL37 Churnet Valley Railway picture report
 23rd September 2001

 The S160 was on duty today.
On the way to the CVR I decided to have a look at the Rudyard Lake Railway.

 It is what it is, a narrow gauge railway running alongside Rudyard Lake along the trackbed of the former Churnet Valley route. The lake's dam has a visitor's centre and cafe/sales shop.

 Rudyard Lake with its dangerous green algae.

 Not being from Staffordshire I was confused by this sign, if it was in local dialect I could be sent the wrong way!!! Which way is the town and which way is the water?

 Cheddleton and the Churnet Valley Railway as the S160 ran through the station en route for Leekbrook.

  TVT128G, the bus preserved by the "TVT 128G Group".

 Approaching Froghall.

 Backing on to the train after running round.

 Back at Cheddleton and moving off.