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South Shields Station

South Shields Station, The engine in the centre is a G5 Shedded at Sunderland 1949-1950. The Tyneside electric loco to the left were the originally built for the North Eastern Railway, they were later replaced by Electric trains from London. The Scene is from around the 50s period.

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