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Flying Scotsman support cast makes its mark

WHEREVER it goes, No. 60103 Flying Scotsman steals the limelight, and that was clearly evident at GW Railwayana’s auction at Pershore on November 17. However, the sale’s support cast didn’t roll over against the might of the LNER Pacific, instead putting on a strong show that managed to attract the attention of the packed hall.

As reported on page 16, a nameplate from No. 60103 sold, went for £18,000.

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