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Joy for steam enthusiasts who feared the worst

STEAM enthusiasts in Australia are celebrating two events they feared would never happen – the unveiling of a plan to reopen one of the country’s major railway museums, and the appearance in their capital city of the southern hemisphere’s flagship operational preserved locomotive.

It was the latter event, involving British-built Garratt No. 6029, that particularly raised the spirits

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