LNWR HERITAGE BUSINESS SOLD TO JEREMY HOSKING

Published at 14:43 on Wednesday 5th March 2014
Tags: LNWR Heritage, Jeremy Hosking, Pete Waterman, Steam, Main Line Steam, Crewe

LNER 'A4' Pacific No. 4464 Bittern is one of the locomotives that will benefit from the new arrangements. Paul Braybrook

Pete Waterman has sold his London & North Western Railway Heritage business, based at Crewe Heritage Centre to locomotive owner Jeremy Hosking.


The deal means that its business as usual for the boiler shop and overhaul facility at Crewe, with what are described as "exciting times ahead". Another company owned by Mr Hosking is currently negotiating with DB Schenker Rail (UK) for a long-term lease on Crewe Diesel Depot.

Full details on the story can be found in Issue 399 of Railway Herald, available now.

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