I've been to Threlkeld Quarry and Mining Museum a number of times before. It's a wonderful place if you are at all interested in Britain's industrial heritage.
Last weekend there was something a bit special - a gala featuring four visiting narrow-guage locos in steam, as well as resident Sir Tom. There were two visitors from from Statfold Barn, Diana from the Bala Lake Railway and, above, 'Joffre' class from the Moseley Railway Trust. Built at the Kerr Stuart works, this locomotive served in the trenches in France in WW1, see here.
Sir Tom has travelled away from home on occasion. Last year I ran into the locomotive at Alston, see here.
Photos © Skip Cottage