This magnificent transport event has a focus on all things steam powered with over 20 road steam engines and rollers, along with around 50 internal combustion vehicles, including cars, lorries and motorcycles visiting Beamish!
The Colliery Railway and narrow gauge lines will also be in operation featuring Glyder, Samson and Coffee Pot No.1 throughout the weekend, as well as our Tramway and bus services.
- No 1219, Caledonia Works built in 1910 by Andrew Barclay will be star guest on our Colliery Railway hauling demonstration coal trains. This loan is made courtesy of the Pontypool & Blaenavon Railway and Ryan Pope. 1219 will be in regular use from the 1st April through to the 8th May as part of an extended working visit to the museum.
- See the home fleet of Beamish locomotives running, including Coffee Pot No.1, Samson and Glyder on The Colliery railways. (Please note, no trains will operate at Pockerley Waggonway and Rowley Station due to maintenance work).
- Visit the Friends of Beamish vehicle display beside Hetton band hall in The 1900s Pit Village.
Watch this space as we’ll be releasing more details on visiting vehicles nearer the time.
Beamish reserves the right to alter or change this programme at any point.