NEWLY restored BR ‘9F’ No. 92134 has steamed again at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway’s Grosmont workshops, almost four decades after it left Barry Scrapyard for restoration.
Howard Self’s single-chimney 2-10-0 was coupled to the borrowed ‘BR1G’ tender from Wansford-based ‘5MT’ No. 73050 City of Peterborough’
It was lit up for the first time on September 6 by Howard’s son, who has watched the progress of the restoration over the last 20 years, and been actively involved in the latter stages.
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