This busy scene at Andrews House Station on the Tanfield Railway, County Durham on 24th April 2016, sees No. 2, 0-4-0ST being refuelled between trips. It was built in 1911 by Hawthorn Leslie & Co., Newcastle upon Tyne, for Keighley Corporation Gas Dept, Yorkshire. From 1940 to 1976 it worked in Scotland until moving to Tanfield in 1976.
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