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Help the GCR build £960k Loughborough locomotive works and visitor centre

THE Great Central Railway has launched an appeal to build a new £960,000 locomotive works and shed at Loughborough, combined with a state-of-the-art visitor centre and educational facility.

The railway has been holding what is described as ‘positive’ discussions with potential grant aid bodies and as-yet-unnamed match funders, but expects to have to raise up to £400,000

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