Although the Nene Valley Railway has bigger and more impressive steam engines, to most visitors especially children, the Railway is the home of Thomas.Certainly Thomas is the NVR's most famous engine and one of its biggest attractions. Few of his friends, however, know how and....
The first railway to arrive in Peterborough came from Blisworth, via Northampton, Thrapston, Oundle and Wansford with the very first passenger train along the Nene Valley departing Peterborough at 7 o'clock on Monday 2 June 1845. The Nene Valley railway of today is the eastern section of this line.
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