Rare locomotives deliver the goods as rail fans flock to travel behind them

Rare locomotives deliver the goods as rail fans flock to travel behind them
 

The pulling power of a pair of rarely seen locomotives saw more than 200 rail fans help two Teesside charities.
Rail buffs made tracks to the Wensleydale Railway to gauge the finer points of the historic Class 08 shunting locomotives.
The locos, named Bryan Turner and John W Antill, were built in 1960 and 1962 respectively and have hardly ever been seen before in public, having been used on privately owned industrial land throughout their existence.
Purchased by ICI in the mid-1990s, they were first used at Billingham and then Wilton before Sembcorp Utilities UK took over their ownership in... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 39
Source: Gazette Live
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