The Railway has recently recovered a redundant stone based LSWR water tower from Salisbury station. A project has been drawn up to rebuild this historic structure at Swanage and install a spring water extraction system. In the long term this will save the Railway a large amount of money as we will no longer be dependent on using treated water from the mains for our steam engines. We urgently require additional funds to ensure the completed project becomes a reality.
- End of Southern Steam 50th Anniversary Celebration is Swanage Railway's most successful Steam Gala
- Classic steam locomotive that hauled trains between Bournemouth and Bath stars In Autumn Steam Gala
- Dorset High Sheriff officially opens new £500,000 level crossing enabling passenger trains to Wareham