Not sure this is right place for this, feel free to place it in the right section on the forums, but anyway, little bit of information on what the title is about... All of us probably know all about No. 9 and her mainline outings and the recent news of her retirement in a few years, but very few seem to know the very start of her preservation life...Lochty, and the lack of information of this little line. Even with No.9's time there, there is a lack of information, images and especially video footage out on the web on this little know line and only is known by a selected group of people who were there. So with this being the 50th Anniversary of the opening of the Lochty Railway and seeing pretty much nobody out there noting this, I thought that now would be the time to tell the story of this line to bring it to a wider audience and the fact that No.9 just happens to be ending her working days soon, it seems that it seems too good a chance to past by. As a member of the Fife Heritage Railway and knowing our connection with Lochty and with the 50th (coincidently also our 25th anniversary year of the KFRPS forming and Lochty closing) I asked if anyone was willing to help with anything regarding the line, it was quite amazing to see many willing loan rare images and footage of this line. So with my partner working alongside me, we are currently working away on the documentary which should be out by the end of the year. And to give you a preview of the documentary, here is the really rare footage of No. 9 leaving Lochty in 1973 to return to the mainline, one to get big interest no doubt! https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=1542757035767269 Possible more previews to follow or if any on here has any stories of Lochty you'd like to share, feel free to do so as it would be nice to hear anyone tell their memories of Lochty. Hopefully this'll be a worth while project to shine more light on to Lochty.