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All Aboard the Blatchington Branch Fundraiser for NTUK!

19 July 2019

All Aboard the Blatchington Branch Fundraiser for NTUK!

Martin Murdoch has just completed one of the most unique fundraisers we have ever seen! 

Taking part on the Blatchington Branch "a privately owned 5 inch gauge garden railway in East Sussex" built by Martin himself, was opened to the public where people could donate money in return for riding the rails with Martin at the helm!

Track plan of the Blatchington branch

Martin has raised a considerable amount of money for NTUK and we would all like to thank him for his efforts and also congratulate him on completing such an impressive project!

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