Catch Me Who Can, from the 1808 admission ticket - from a public domain image at Wikimedia Commons

What can I do?

Come and see

Hear the story of how Bridgorth contributed to the birth of mechanised transport. Find out what an extraordinary character Richard Trevithick was, and how good an engineer. Because Catch Me Who Can is so simple, the young and the non-technical can easily understand how it works.

The next occasion we intend to have Catch Me Who Can in steam is normally shown on the News page. At present we are working to try to get the engine finished. In the meantime, if you want to see the work we are doing, email us at mail@catchmewhocan.org.uk and we may be able to arrange a visit.

Practical help

If you have any particular skills to offer, we would like to hear from you. We are particularly in need of people with experience of publicity, fund raising, and event organisation.

Make a donation

While we have sufficient funds to complete the engine, we face ongoing running and maintenance costs, not the least of which is insurance. We need to put on and publicise events so that as many people as possible can can enjoy the sight, sound, and smell of our unique little locomotive. This will involve the cost of transporting the engine to events away from Bridgnorth. To make up a proper train, we would like Catch Me Who Can to have its own passenger vehicle to pull.

We are a registered charity run entirely by unpaid volunteers.

We are grateful for any contribution to this project, however small, and we have tried to make online donations by card as easy as possible by offering the Paypal button below. You do not need to have a Paypal account to use it, but the system will require your identity.

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