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BORDER train buffs will have the opportunity to experience a ride on the steam locomotive, the 3801, when it travels to Albury from Sydney this weekend
The 3801, built at the Clyde Engineering Workshops at Granville in Sydney between 1938 and 1943, was the first of the 38-class Pacific streamlined series, its design based on the express passenger engines built by the Baldwin Company in the U.S. in 1937.
The train, assisted by the vintage diesel locomotive 4908 in the rear, left Sydney yesterday morning and will spend today at Wagga before arriving on the Border this afternoon.
The Border Mail
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