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Appeal launched to move second engine for ‘new’ first diesel No. 10000

THE project which aims to build a new example of Britain’s first main line diesel has launched an appeal to acquire a second engine.

The Ivatt Diesel Recreation Society plan to replicate and operate D16 No. 10000, which was scrapped at Cashmore’s yard in 1968.

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