Date(s) - 07/07/2015
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Mid-Suffolk Light Railway Museum
The Heritage Engineering Network
The Heritage Engineering Network (H.E.N.) encourages all volunteers and staff with interest in the use and management of heritage machinery to attend its meetings. The Network supports the management and delivery of specialised skills in museums and other bodies who carry out working activities with machinery in the area of industrial heritage.
This will be a day looking at the Health and Safety aspects of running a steam railway, in particular getting an engine ready in to steam prior to running.
We will start in the class room then move outdoors for a practical session, so attendees are requested to bring some working clothes or overalls together with Toe Tector footware if you have any.
The morning will aim to cover theory and practical aspects to raise steam. (hopefully with 3 engines available)
The afternoon will be with one engine running on the line and a chance for some to take the driving seat.
The session will be led by John Durrant from the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway.
As usual, please use the form below to book. If you are booking on behalf of several people from the same museum or organisation, please select the number of places you require, enter the main delegate’s contact details, and list the names and job titles of the other attendees in the comments box. All details will be sent to the main contact e-mail address listed on the form.
Bookings are closed for this event.