Images of the U.K. Railway Children heritage train in Waterloo Station
Click on each image for a closer look!
As the Railway Children production in Toronto fades becomes a memory, Adrian Ashby offers us the images shown here of the current production of the Railway Children in London, England. It is housed in the otherwise disused Waterloo railway station. The theatre itself is housed at the far distant end of the station in the image at the upper left. The heritage train set is powered by the two "shunter" engines shown in the middle image above. At the upper right, we find the Sterling Single steam engine used in the production.
In the images below we see both the exterior and the interior of the carriage used in the production. It has a restored and finished interior unlike the carriage used in the production in Toronto.
Click here to read the next TRHA News post about the Railway Children production
Posting by Russ Milland; Images by Adrian Ashby