Beamish Narrow Gauge

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Peter Faulkner

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During April 2018 the famous Beamish Museum has been running its Great North Steam Fair during which all of its various steam railways have been operating. On Sunday 8th April we see the Narrow Gauge line which being worked by the 2005-built "Quarry Hunslet" works no 3904 "Jack Lane" which was taking cut timbers from a traction engine-worked circular saw to the e standard gauge interchange in the Pit Village.

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