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Road transfer of iconic steam locomotive is music to preservationists’ ears

ONE of the United States’most iconic preserved locomotives is to undergo a major restoration following its eagerly-awaited road transfer across the busy city of Nashville in an operation that cost £390,000, took two years to plan, and involved a self-propelled, electrically-driven, 24-wheeled trailer that was controlled and manoeuvred by just

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