- Visit The Princess Royal Class Locomotive Trust's West Shed to see historic steam locomotives and railway carriages with displays, films and an active engineering workshop. Whether you’re a railway enthusiast or just looking for a fun family day out, there’s something for you here! Located at the Midland Railway-Butterley - visit for a day and explore the whole site including museums, narrow gauge railway, a Victorian railwayman’s church, country park & more (opening times vary). What can I see at the West Shed? - Two powerful 1930s steam locomotives: 6233 ‘Duchess of Sutherland’ and 6203 ‘Princess Margaret Rose’. - Special Saloon ‘45000’ built in 1920; widely used by Royalty and dignitaries including Winston Churchill during the Second World War. - No.1 Dynamometer Car testing vehicle. - Ex-Butlin’s miniature locomotives. • British Railways Standard Tank engines. - Find out more through films and hands-on activities. - Join us in the school holidays for creative craft activities. Our locomotive workshop is used for restoration and maintenance work on vehicles in our collection, but is also hired out for use by modern railway companies to carry out work - continuing the link with Derbyshire's engineering heritage. We also operate steam train trips all over the UK - see the 'PMR Tours' section of our website for details.
The Princess Royal Class Locomotive Trust