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Tornado: July date set for swift return to service

FOLLOWING Peppercorn A1 Pacific No. 60163 Tornado’s failure while hauling the 90mph‘Ebor Flyer’on April 14, investigations have continued and are now drawing to a close in readiness for the locomotive’s swift return to the main line.

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