Inside Bressingham Steam Museum Exhibition Hall, a Brighton Terrier A1X 0-6-0 steam locomotive No. 662 dating from 1875, originally named "Martello" but denamed and renumbered 32662 by British Railways in 1948. Once belonged to Butlins Holiday Camp in Ayr, Scotland.

Inside Bressingham Steam Museum Exhibition Hall,  a Brighton Terrier A1X 0-6-0 steam locomotive No. 662 dating from 1875, originally named "Martello" but denamed and renumbered 32662 by British Railways in 1948. Once belonged to Butlins Holiday Camp in Ayr, Scotland. Stock Photo
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Roger Bamber / Alamy Stock Photo

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EEAB8P

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34.5 MB (1.6 MB Compressed download)

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4256 x 2832 px | 36 x 24 cm | 14.2 x 9.4 inches | 300dpi

Date taken:

4 October 2014

Location:

Bressingham Steam Museum and Gardens at Diss, Norfolk, England, Britain, UK

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This image could have imperfections as it’s either historical or reportage.

Inside Bressingham Steam Museum Exhibition Hall, a Brighton Terrier A1X 0-6-0 steam locomotive No. 662 dating from 1875, originally named "Martello" but denamed and renumbered 32662 by British Railways in 1948. Bressingham Steam Museum and Gardens at Diss, Norfolk was founded and built by the late Alan Bloom. The little LBSCR engine was originally bought from British Railways by Billy Butlin for display at Butlins Holiday Camp at Ayr in Scotland

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