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Following our re-opening to the public on August 1st, we have enjoyed a remarkably successful two months of operation under Covid 19 rules. However, as a result of the recent rise in viral infections and the increased level of regulations imposed by the Government in an attempt to stem the rise, we have decided to close Mangapps Railway after our next advertised open afternoon on Saturday 26th September, until further notice. 

This has been a very difficult decision, as it seems likely that the closure may be prolonged, but working under current regulations and conditions imposes considerable strain and risk on our staff and volunteers and it would be unfair to them to continue to open in the present circumstances.

We shall continue to work on improving our facilities and conserving our collections during the closure period, so that when we re-open,

Mangapps Railway will be better than ever. We look forward to welcoming you back in 2021.

 

 


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Welcome to the Mangapps Railway Website
In addition to constantly adding to our collection and improving
the Railway and Museum, we are also undertaking
a major and ongoing overhaul of this website.

We hope that you find the result interesting and enjoyable.

 

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Mangapps Railway Museum is a privately owned working railway and museum established on a farm at Burnham on Crouch, Essex.  It features a ¾ mile standard gauge passenger carrying line, with restored stations, signal boxes and ancillary equipment removed from various sites throughout East Anglia and beyond. 

To operate the line the Railway has 18 steam and diesel locomotives and over 80 carriages and wagons, some of considerable historic and technical interest.

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mangapps railway museum

To complement the working Railway, the Museum has a collection of smaller railway relics which is one of the largest of its kind in Britain. 

This collection contains historic items connected with every aspect of railway operation and has a particular bias towards the railways of East Anglia and Railway signalling - in fact the signalling collection is believed to be the largest on public display in Britain.

The Railway and Museum are owned and operated by the Jolly family assisted by a dedicated staff of volunteers.

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