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Engine Shed - Tanfield Railway

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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/

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A: Old engines near Marley Hill Engine Shed

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B: Marley Hill Engine Shed, Tanfield Railway

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E: Beamish Museum Transport System - Telephone Exchange

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