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The town of Georgetown, Delaware, located in the southern part of the state, is the county seat of Sussex County.
I have recently purchased the six copies of The Railway Magazine which were issued in 1948.
This week’s Lost Class looks at five types of Great Western Railway Tank which were all scrapped by the 1960s.
I have been trying to improve my use of the 'labels' feature of this blog, which makes searching easier for me if not for my readers.
Warrenton, Virginia, a suburb of Washington D.C., was incorporated on January 5, 1810.
The National Railway Museum is, of course, home to some iconic railway and engineering marvels of the past, but what do you consider to be the future of rail?
South Duffryn or ‘Plymouth’ Colliery, situated to the south of Pentrebach and just north of Troedyrhiw, was opened by the Hills Plymouth Company in 1862.
This short series of posts was prompted by encountering a piece about the line on a facebook group.
Although first mooted in the 1840s, the Lynn & Fakenham Railway was not opened, over its full length, until 1880.
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