'Edward Watkin' A Station Road Steam General Gordon

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Edward Watkin is a 'General Gordon' class locomotive built by Station Road Steam in Lincolnshire. This engine has been slightly modified, from the standard 'General Gordon' design, to resemble No.7 'Tom Rolt' from the Talyllyn Railway, in Wales. This engine is named after the 'Watkin' path, a scenic route up mount Snowdon in Wales. Coincidentally, the path is named after 'The Second Railway King', Sir Edward Watkin. www.stationroadsteam.com www.talyllyn.co.uk www.ocslocomotives.wordpress.com

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