TBT – Peckett Party in 2015

Henbury, Kilmerson and Teddy share the dockside in this great photo.

This photo appears here with the kind permission of flickr user Captain Tower. Please do not reproduce.

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Judy and Teddy in action

The pictures below were taken the weekend before last, with Judy on passenger duties and Teddy once again offering ‘Driver fora Tenner’ experiences in the yard. These photos were taken by Tim Symons, who has given permission for them to be reproduced here.

Harbour Festival 2015 Photos

‘Teddy’ and ‘Judy’ are working again this weekend – Teddy is glimpsed here shunting on the quayside earlier today.

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Steve Cockram took these great photos of the Harbour Festival weekend which not only show the attractions on show, but also showcase a lot of M Shed’s Bristol-built displays. He’s kindly given permission to reproduce the photos here, you can also check out his facebook page for more!

 

 

Peckett Weekend Photo and Video

Photo copyright George Aldridge

Photo copyright George Aldridge

Youtube user Slam Door Media uploaded a video showing ‘Teddy’ on ‘Driver for a Tenner’ duties whilst Kilmersdon was running passenger services at the weekend. ‘Kilmersdon’ has now departed and ‘Teddy’ will be running passenger services

Father’s Day Steam Up This Weekend

  
There’s only a few spots left for the Father’s Day Steam Up, happening on 20th and 21st June.

Here’s what the M Shed Website has to say about it:

Give your dad a great day out with a chance to drive the steam locomotive Kilmersdon and the Fairbairn steam crane.

Take dad back in time to experience the power of steam with these legends of the past.

During your half hour slot, you’ll get instruction and tips on driving the locomotive Kilmersdon, an 0-4-0 Peckett built in 1929 and the Fairbairnsteam crane, built in 1875 by Stothert and Pitt.

The Fairbairn steam crane is the oldest surviving crane of its type in Britain and is a registered ancient monument.

After taking both machines for a spin, you’ll receive a certificate of achievement and a free drink and cake. You will also be have the chance to visit Teddy, an 0-4-0 Peckett built in 1941 and have a chat to the crew.

Friends and family can observe from the Brakevan where tea and cake can be purchased.

The exhibit is a hot and dirty environment so please wear suitable clothing and footwear. Please report to reception 15 minutes before your allocated time slot where a buddy will show you to the working area.