The locomotive fleet currently based on the line is listed below.
- Steam Locomotives
- Hawthorn Leslie 0-6-0ST "Isabel" (no. 3437 of 1919) Taken out of major service due to being put up for sale, boiler ticket expires in 2015. The locomotive has been sold to the Epping Ongar Railway and is expected to be moved to Ongar during 2011.
- Diesel Locomotives
- BR 0-6-0 Class 08 no. D3019. Undergoing overhaul.
- Ruston and Hornsby 0-4-0DE, works number 458641 of 1963. Operational, 165 hp engine
- Diesel Multiple Units
- BR Class 101 units 51205+54055 and 51187+51512. 51205 is undergoing overhaul, 54055 is undergoing restoration, 51187 and 51512 are both in regular service.
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