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Welcome to the website of the EPB Preservation Group (EPBPG). We are a registered charity (1132225) dedicated to the preservation and restoration of third rail electric multiple unit (EMU) trains that have operated on the former Southern Region of British Rail. We have a dedicated team of volunteers who restore and operate our trains, and are always looking for more. Others work to raise funds, man the sales stand and carry out admin duties vital to the running of a charity. Membership costs only £20 per annum (£16 concessions) and entitles you to participate in all of these activities and you receive our full colour "EPB Magazine" 4 times a year, keeping you in touch with EPBPG news.
Please do consider joining us, see membership page for further details.
2EPB 5759 at Slade Green open day 2017.
Ramsgate Open Day
Our units (5759,69001.68002) travelled down on Friday 7th and should travel back on Monday 10th June (trains 5Z42 and 5Z43, see Realtime trains for timings). Look on our facebook site for pictures and videos.
MLV 68001 and 68002 side by side, looking forward to a day trip to Ramsgate, and on display at Ramsgate. Saturday 8th June 2019. It was a great day, well done to the organisers, despite rain and high winds.
The Cep motor coaches are inside Eastleigh works where the rebuild is ongoing. We have made great progress so watch this space for further news! The EPB Preservation Group has a dedicated website for the rebuild of 4Cep 7105 back to as near original condition as possible. Please consider a donation to help with this unique project. Further details available at
Ride the full size trains and buy the models from us, all profits go to restoration.
Click on the Bachmann logo to go to the model sales page.
Updated 8th June 2019
This website and it's contents are copyright The EPB Preservation Group (charity 1132225). Please ask permission if you wish to use any contents from it.
This website and it's contents are copyright the EPB Preservation Group (Charity no. 1132225)