The Mid-Suffolk Light Railway Museum
At Brockford not only will you find a full size collection of locomotives and rolling stock but also the museum exhibition hall which is home to a collection of smaller artefacts, documents and models which together tell the story of the building, operation and ultimate decline of the Middy.
You will find photographic displays which span the Middy's existence from the earliest days up to the present time and, from time to time, special themed exhibitions are staged, often in conjunction with one of the special events which are held throughout the Summer.
The museum building, named The Dr. Ian C. Allen Building, (after the legendary railway photographer who lived at Framlingham) was opened in 2000, being built with funding assistance from several agencies.
To learn a little of the history of the Middy and to view some of the exhibits, use the navigation bar at the top of this page.
Viewing these pages is no substitute for visiting us at Brockford, so why not add Suffolk's only railway museum to your list of 'must do' visits!