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Steam in the North West

When BR ran its “15 guinea Special” in August 1968 many believed that steam locomotives would quickly become a “thing of the past” and that future workings would be restricted to the heritage lines which had begun to appear.

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Initially that seemed to be the case with the only exception being the famed A3 Class Pacific 4-6-2 ‘Flying Scotsman’ whose owner had signed a contract with BR that allowed the locomotive to operate beyond that date.

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Steam in the North West

Steam in the North West

When BR ran its “15 guinea Special” in August 1968 many believed that steam locomotives would quickly become a “thing of the past” and that future workings would be restricted to the heritage lines which had begun to appear.

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