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Darlington, North Road Station, 'Locomotion'

Text on postcard reads 'The first locomotive engine employed on a public railway. This engine was built by Geo Stephenson in 1825 and continued to run on the Stockton & Darlington Railway until 1850'. Postcard by M K Dunn, photographer, Darlington. This card dates from after 1902, but the photograph must date from before 1890, when the locomotive was moved from North Road to Bank Top Station.

before 1890
1876 - 1900
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Item Type:
Evans, D
Dunn, M K (Darlington)

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