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  • Steamfest at Newcastle Station 2007 
     
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    Checking the couplings.

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    Ah, the hiss of steam.

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    The old and the new. All Aboard.

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    Inside the Cabin.

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    Ready to go.

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    History was made on this day when two "10" class SMR. Loco's doubled up for the first time to pull a passenger train from Maitland to Newcastle Station.

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    2007 steamfest taken from Newcastle Station on the Sunday.

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    No.10 Loco recently restored by the Hunter Valley Training Company in conjunction with the Hunter Valley Workshops and Museum, Steam Loco No.10 was the first 10 class locomotive manufactured and the first of a line built to work the Hunter Valley Coal Fi

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    No.10 was built by Beyer Peacock of Manchester in 1911, No.18 was built in 1915 and restored in the Southern Highland.

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