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This produces a rather uncomfortable ride, and – if allowed to deteriorate badly – could become a derailment hazard.

This is done by slacking off the fishplates bolts, jacking the joint to slightly higher than needed – to allow for settlement – and then tamping two sleepers either side uisng the ever faithful Kango hammers and the less faithful (but tolerated) generator.

So, now we’re ready to run trains to greet the Man in the Red Coat – which you can book here.Source: Moseley Railway Trust – Latest News

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