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New Loco

The lines owner Don Proudlock builds a new American outline 4-4-2 for his line. Seen in Jack Wakefield's traction engine workshop at Hetton-le-hole in 1965. This loco later had its chassis lengthened and is now to be seen as a 4-6-2

Copyrightroy@rlambeth.freeserve.co.uk
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LocationSouth Shields Marine Park Railway
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Posted by James Fitch on May 28 2012 at 21:03

I am curious about the history of the American 4-6-2 lettered for Santa Fe at South Shield Marine Park. How did they come to chose an American type steam engine? I am married to a Geordie from South Shields, who resides with me in northern Virginia near Washington DC in the US


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