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16607Re: [7mm NGA] Re: Update: West Camberwick Green

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  • Brian Rumary
    Mar 2, 2013
      There was a huge 2ft gauge system at Ashington Colliery in
      Northumberland, but that was mainly for internal use, although it did
      also serve Ashington village, and was used to take free coal to the
      houses of the miners who lived there.

      I think there may have been quite a few narrow gauge colliery lines with
      steam locos, but most disappeared or were converted to standard gauge
      long before the rail enthusiast era, so most were little photographed or
      reported.

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      Brian Rumary
      England
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