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 Posted: Sun Jul 8th, 2018 09:31 pm
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Sadly the Austerity Loco borrowed from the W.S.R. broke down without making a single showing due to overheating tight eccentrics so the decidedly non-1940s Bubblecar had to stand in...



however 6412, the only working S.D.R. steamer was in good form. Had a strange livery, though?





Yours truly with a very elegant lady....



'Nuff sed....

Doug



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Excellent!

Thanks for posting, Doug.  :thumbs



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thanks for posting the photos Doug.



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Looks like a good day Doug.I wasn't aware it was on.Do you know if there is anything you can sign up to to receive notifications of events other than manually looking at the website?.



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