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Severn Valley says farewell to auto tank No. 1450 as boiler ticket ends

POPULAR GWR 0-4-2T No. 1450 bowed out in style on December 9, hauling autocoach No. 178 on four return trips from Bridgnorth to Highley on its current Severn Valley Railway home.

No. 178 was at Highley and the autotank travelled light to collect it early in the morning. Upon

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