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Design & Development
By EYE-CS.com
How it all Began
Building The Railway
The Official Opening
THose  Early Years
The Post-War  Years
Sir William MacAlpine



During those early years, the railway became famous
and people came to ride on the 'Smallest Public Railway
in the World'. The locomotive fleet was extended to nine
main-line express engines and a fleet of luxurious
coaches were built.
The war years took their toll, the line being requisitioned
by the War Department — they even created the only
miniature armoured train in the world — and was used
extensively during the building of PLUTO (Pipe Line
Under The Ocean) which fuelled the Allied invasion force.

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