RS8’s History

RS8 Restoration
Last stages of No2 cutting to bring rail into Tunstead - 1933
The men who worked on the South Cutting track - 1933
RS16 approaches the tape to open the cutting - 1933
The tape snaps and the cutting is open. 
RS16 was RS8’s sister
A Manning Wardle 0-4-0ST hauls into Tunstead - 1934
Rail tracks at shaft kiln construction site - 1934
RS8 as a diesel towing one of her sisters.
View from the front. The name RS8 visible on the side.
At work in the sidings adjacent to South Shops
RS8ís working life was spent mostly  at Tunstead Quarry, near Buxton in  Derbyshire
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