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■ THE bodyofTalyllyn Railway's ex-Corris bogie carriage No. 17 continues to receive attention from a reduced

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PRESTON station’s historic roof has had its gable-end glazing replaced in a £600,000 project to refurbish and replace wooden frames with safer new aluminium frames and polycarbonate glazing. Last upgraded in the 1960s, the wooden frames on the listed
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The ‘Badger’ Returns Home To Barrow Hill
THE unique Class 89 No. 89001 – nicknamed the ‘Badger’ –was taken to its Barrow Hill base on October 13, following repaint by DB Cargo at Toton depot (RM Sept, p71). The 25kV electric loco was hauled by Cappagh Class 60 No. 60028 and is seen passing