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    Loco 3526 with tenders.

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    Loco 3526, The Driver was Barry Angel.

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    Loco 3526

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    Note... The 1885 GNR BELL on the Station Platform, just in front of the loco.
     
     
    Loco 3526, displays the 150 years of The Great Northern Railway.

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    Steam Loco 3526, The Re-enactment train.

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    The name plate. The unveiling of the Historic Plaque was carried out by, the Governor of NSW, Her Excellency Professor Marie Bashir VC CVO.

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    David Campbell, pic attached found it in soil dug out for foundations for a new house on the site of the AA Co ‘B’ pit. 

We are currently checking the dates and source of this, but it appears to date from 1826, making it the oldest railway relic in Australia.
     
     
    A most significant discovery. A piece of cast iron rail from the AA Co. first railway of 1831 has been discovered.

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