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Historic rolling stock Dean Forest Railway has been ‘set on fire’ with emergency services needed to respond to the blaze.
The heritage railway, which has been running since 1970, saw a wagon set on fire at St Mary’s, in Lydney.
The wagon was awaiting restoration and has been damaged by the fire.
In a post on Facebook, the Dean Forest Railway said: “As if we didn’t have enough to deal with.
“DFR representatives and the fire service are currently on site at St Mary’s after a wagon was set on fire this afternoon.
“This is wrong on multiple levels, but especially given that this constitutes a major breach of lockdown and a waste of time for the emergency services.
This article first appeared on www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk
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