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The Welshpool & Llanfair Railway
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The signal box with pretty gardens and locomotive shed in the background at Llanfair Caereinion.





Miniscule Barclay 0-4-0 no 8 Dougal in the small museum at Welshpool.









Articulated Bagnell built in 1953 and at 28.5 tons the heaviest locomotive on the railway.



Brake van built by Pickering of Wishaw Scotland. I think this would make a very attractive model.

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Someone ought to tell Bagnell about those new decal rivets--the 0-4-4-0 needs them!


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To be honest Herb I don't think Monarch has been used for some time. It is just on display out in the open.



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