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|Dates of operation||1992 – Present|
|Track gauge||2 ft (610 mm)|
Construction of the railway was begun in 1990 in a field at the side of Amerton Working Farm. The first trains ran in 1992, but it was around 10 years later when the railway was completed as a full circle with two passing loops.
|Isabel||W.G. Bagnall||0-4-0ST||1897||1491||Built for the Cliffe Hill Mineral Railway.|
|Henschel||0-8-0T||1916||526||Built for the German trench railways. Spent most of its working life at the Sena Sugar Estate, Mozambique. Now under restoration.|
|Motor Rail||4wDM||1975||40SD501||Built for the Severn Trent Water Authority's Minworth Sewage Works. Arrived at Amerton in 1991.|
|Motor Rail||4wDM||1940||7471||Built for Hussey, Egan & Pickmere Ltd, Birmingham. Arrived at Amerton in 1991.|
|Dreadnought||Baguley||0-4-0DM (steam outline)||1939||3024||Built for Wilson's Pleasure Railway, Allhallows-on-Sea, Kent. Arrived at Amerton in 1991.|
|Yard No. 70||Ruston and Hornsby||4wDM||1943||221623||Built for the 2 ft 6 in (762 mm) gauge Chattenden and Upnor Railway. Arrived at Amerton in 1992.|
|Gordon||Hunslet||4wDM||1978||8561||Built for the National Coal Board's Allerton Bywater and Castlebridge collieries. Arrived at Amerton in 1996.|
|The Littleton Ruston (unofficial name)||Ruston and Hornsby||4wDM||1964||506491||Built for the 2 ft 6 in (762 mm) gauge National Coal Board South Staffordshire Collieries. Arrived at Amerton in 1992.|
|Golspie||Baguley||0-4-0DM (steam outline)||1935||2085||Built for the Trentham Gardens. Arrived at Amerton in 2000.|
|No. 774||Baguley||0-4-0PM||1919||774||Worked on the Hendre-Ddu Tramway. On loan from the Narrow Gauge Railway Museum|
- Thomas, Cliff (2002). The Narrow Gauge in Britain & Ireland. Atlantic Publishers. ISBN 1-902827-05-8.
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