6 Wells-on-Sea 31 May 2014

The Wells and Walsingham Railway's 2-6-0 + 0-6-2 Garratt locomotive No.6 Norfolk Heroine is pictured inside the shed at Wells-on-Sea on 31 May 2014, while outside one of the line's diesel locos, No.2 Weasel can be seen preparing to work the 10:30 service to Walsingham. Norfolk Heroine is named after the First World War nurse Edith Cavell, who was shot by the Germans in 1915. Built as recently as 2010, the loco is one of two of these unusual and powerful articulated locomotives at work on this 10žin gauge line.