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Tornado ‘first’ at Ferryhill

THE A1 Steam Locomotive Trust’s plans to run trains featuring Peppercorn 4-6-2 No. 60163 from Edinburgh to Aberdeen next year have led to a Scottish politician wanting to know why the excursions, marketed as‘The Aberdonian’, will only run from the Scottish capital

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