The very early history of railways

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Tricky Dicky
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The very early history of railways

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Anyone interested in the early development of railways or wagon ways to be accurate might learn something in this video. The presenter is an acquired taste and there is a long sponsor advert in the middle but that aside quite interesting.

https://youtu.be/2VTEfC_ZGqk

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Very interesting, thank you for posting.
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Thanks for posting, Richard. Many years back I used to be a volunteer at Tanfield Railway.

Causey Arch.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Causey_Arch

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