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Two foot gauge light "trench" railway engine.


yperman
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Amberley Chalk Museum in West Sussex had an example (below) actually running last weekend. Nick named "tin turtle" it has the foulest petrol exhaust fumes imaginable. Considerable armour plate.DSC01168.JPG.dcb11d13835c1cf766935e406bd552b0.JPGDSC01167.JPG.fe8aafbb9454e83adba7e53931ce87a6.JPGDSC01168.JPG.dcb11d13835c1cf766935e406bd552b0.JPGDSC01169.JPG.7f3d59d04ba91402edab00d1b5705282.JPG

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Forgot to mention I don't think it runs every day - check with Amberley Chalk Museum before visiting if you want to see it running - I think it is on stationary display everyday. Surprisingly quiet running which makes sense. Yperman 

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