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The Dandy a horse drawn railway passenger vehicle which ran between Drumburgh and Port Carlisle, Cumberland when the

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MX324120

The Dandy a horse drawn railway passenger vehicle which ran between Drumburgh and Port Carlisle, Cumberland when the first North British line to silloth was opened in 1864. Chained to a flat bottomed railway wagon it began its last journey to York on 8th October 1969

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Color Black & White
Keywords Transport,Chains,Mature Adult,Caucasian,One Man Only,Tram,Journey,Public Transport,1960s,Trains,Railway
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