RailPictures.Net Photo: Harrogate No1 Untitled Steam 0-6-0 at Tamworth, United Kingdom by Steve Chaplin
 
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Steam 0-6-0 (more..)
Statfold Barn Railway nr Tamworth (more..)
Tamworth, United Kingdom (more..)
September 18, 2010
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Harrogate No1 (more..)
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Steve Chaplin (more..)
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2'0" Gauge 0-6-0ST Peckett No 1 "Harrogate" built 1944, approaches Oak Tree Halt on the Statfold Barn Railway. This locomotive was built for the Harrogate Gas Works Railway, known locally in the North Yorkshire town as 'The Barber Line' after a director of the gas company. When the line closed in 1956, Harrogate was sold to the Ffestiniog railway where it was unofficially known as Volunteer. It moved to the Statfold Barn railway in 2005.
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