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Narrow Gauge Steam Trains on the Isle of Man - Two pictures taken 15 years and 12 kilometres apart


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The Bayer Peacock Tank locomotive "Maitland" (Built in 1905) heads south into Port Soderick station in 2022 on the Isle of Man, an island between England and Northern Ireland
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15 years earlier, sister locomotive "Kissack,"(Built in 1905) arrives at Castletown Station about 12 km from Port Soderick.
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Great photos!
Thanks folks. It's an island worth visiting. Not many places you can see a steam hauled national railway and it serves the International airport.