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Baxter & Y7 Steaming Up at Rowley Station, Beamish Museum
England
Double Header at Rowley Station during the 2012 Great North Steam Fair. See the Beamish Transport Blog for the latest news: http://beamishtransport.blogspot.com
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Uploaded: 13/04/2012
Updated: 13/04/2012
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Tags: beamish museum; county durham; great north steam fair; baxter; y7; steam; engines; trains
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