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Posts by kscanes

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Topic: Mine train Sandstone Mine
kscanes

Forum: South West England   Posted: 16/10/2010 17:16:52   Subject: Mine train Sandstone Mine
Any idea where the interesting name came from?
Topic: Snailbeach Railway
kscanes

Forum: Mine Tramways and Railways   Posted: 05/09/2010 12:12:28   Subject: Snailbeach Railway
[quote="derrickman"]I have never seen any actual claim that they brought it [the Baldwin] to the UK, although I may have simply missed this. [/quote]

This was on the National Preservation d
Topic: Snailbeach Railway
kscanes

Forum: Mine Tramways and Railways   Posted: 05/09/2010 05:08:13   Subject: Snailbeach Railway
[quote="derrickman"]from personal contacts in Oz, it has been suggested that this is the locomotive in question [url]http://www.australiansteam.com/sugar/baldwin45215.jpg[/url]

it was exte
Topic: Snailbeach Railway
kscanes

Forum: Mine Tramways and Railways   Posted: 04/09/2010 07:57:02   Subject: Snailbeach Railway
[quote="derrickman"] ...The locomotive itself certainly exists ...
[/quote]

Can you give any further details? I'm afraid I had concluded it was a figment of a school boy's imagination,
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