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First of two Doncaster treasures now at new showpiece museum

AFTER three years of planning, the first of two locomotives built in Doncaster has returned home thanks to a partnership between the National Railway Museum and Doncaster Council.

Great Northern Railway Atlantic No. 251, which was built at Doncaster Plant in 1902, is the first exhibit to be formally announced for the town’s Danum Gallery, Library and

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