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Popular Peckett 0-4-0ST Teddy goes on the market

SOLE-SURVIVING PeckettYorktown class No. 2012 of 1941 0-4-0ST Teddy is being offered for sale following a decision by its owner to pursue other interests.

The diminutive ex-Royal Ordnance Factory locomotive is probably best-known for its association with former

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