Steam Locomotives 1999
Railway Tavern Railways Steam Locomotives 1999 Steam Locomotives 1999 12 - These cards are issued under the name of Railway Tavern at Aby in Lincolnshire, on the line which used to run from Peterborough to Grimsby pre Dr. Beeching. Sure enough on card 3 of this numbered series we see a Great Northern Sterling at Aby Station and on numbers 4,6,7 and 9 are Cleethorpes to King’s Cross expresses pictured in 1961/2. These are good black and white photos in a blue frame with text backs. Size 67 x 38mm.
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Steam Locomotives 1999

Issuer: Railway Tavern Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: These cards are issued under the name of Railway Tavern at Aby in Lincolnshire, on the line which used to run from Peterborough to Grimsby pre Dr. Beeching. Sure enough on card 3 of this numbered series we see a Great Northern Sterling at Aby Station and on numbers 4,6,7 and 9 are Cleethorpes to King’s Cross expresses pictured in 1961/2. These are good black and white photos in a blue frame with text backs. Size 67 x 38mm. Number of cards in set: 12

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