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    I recall someone telling me, back in the day, that they had just seen one struggle into Westland Row, ages and ages late as the locomotive (A7 I think) was very ill indeed; there was so much heavy black oily smoke that people on the platform thought it was a steam engine and you actually couldn't see the loco. Think what it would have been like under that roof breathing all that in! Needless to say, the loco was absolutely filthy as well.
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    Looks like they are running on narrow gauge 3'6"

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