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LNER tops the bill at Pershore, but GWR makes its presence felt

WHILE the LNER will head the cast list at GW Railwayana’s November 17 sale at Pershore, the GWR will make its presence felt with 10 nameplates, backed up by a Royal Scot flying the LMS flag.

As reported in issue 244, nameplates from A3 Pacific No. 60103 and B2/B17 ‘Footballer’4-6-0 No. 2871 will be going under the hammer, but the GWR

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