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100 YEARS AGO FEBRUARY 1918

SEVERAL Hull & Barnsley 0-6-0 type engines are at present working on the South Eastern and Chatham Railway. A Railway Magazine reader passing Ashford recently saw as many as six of these engines in the yards there. The engines were of the latest type with large domeless boilers.

ROSYTH (Halt) on the North

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