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Engine Shed - Tanfield Railway
England
One of the railway's engine sheds taken during the IRON175 Coal and Iron event on 23rd February 2014. For information about the railway (the world's oldest!) see http://www.tanfield-railway.co.uk/
Copyright: Andy martin
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Uploaded: 23/02/2014
Updated: 13/03/2014
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