Rutland Railway Museum now trading as Rocks by Rail: The Living Ironstone Museum is a heritage railway on part of a former Midland Railway mineral branch line. It is situated NE of Oakham, in Rutland, England.
The branch line linked to the Melton Mowbray to Oakham main line at Ashwell Station. Exchange sidings were once located at the museum serving three separate private quarry railway systems associated with the past extraction of iron ore. The museum site was known locally as Cottesmore Iron Ore Mines Sidings.
The museum aims to collect and show industrial locomotives and mineral wagons from iron ore and similar mines. They also have a face shovel and dumpers as used in a quarry. The museum operates trains on a 0.75 miles (1.21 km) length of track and occupies an area of nearly 7 acres (28,000 m²).