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The most famous crosses the longest

THE combination of the world’s most famous steam locomotive and the longest masonry viaduct across a valley in the UK made for headed the Railway Touring Company’s sell-out ‘The Yorkshireman’ from Ealing Broadway to York across the 1275-yard-long Grade II listed Harringworth Viaduct on Saturday, June 29.

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