Yorkshire Wolds Railway gains its first locomotive

August 2013
Railways Illustrated;Aug2013, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p62
The article reports that the GECT 5576 locomotive, which was stored at the Shotton Steelworks railway line in North Wales, has been delivered to Yorkshire Wolds Railway, a trading name of the locomotive firm Malton Dodger Ltd., and offers information on the history related to the locomotive.


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