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The steam locomotive 5917 passed under the bridge on the Grabben Gullen and Gunning Road on May 30 almost an hour after it was scheduled to, but it was well worth the wait.
The historic train, built in 1952, let out a whistle as it passed by on its route between Goulburn and Yass train stations.
Steam locomotive 5917.
The historic train was built in 1952.
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