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Date: 03/28/17 07:46
British Steam question
Author: CPRR

Watching Thomas the Tank Train the other day....(don't ask why). Anyway, there is a "live segment" with a man explaining railroad parts and procedure. It is filmed on a 2 foot gauge I think, the only clue is the station Alston appears at the beginning. What railroad is this? They also go to a miniature railroad, looks like 15" pulling public on a long line, lots of steam. Any clue about this one?

Thanks

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Date: 03/28/17 08:40
Re: British Steam question
Author: 86235

South Tyndale Railway in Cumbrian, rebuilt on part of the old Haltwhistle to Alston standard gauge branch which closed in the mid 1970s.

http://www.south-tynedale-railway.org.uk



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