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Enjoy going out taking Photos of Birds and Wildlife . Worked on railway . Now Retired . Camera Canon 450 D with twin lens kit,also 18 to 250 lens and 500 Lens Also got G.P.S for camera http://www.i-gotu.com/ Help out at local Nature Park ,

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www.woodlanereserve.co.uk/ Permit Required for bird hides

The engine is a BR standard class 4 tank, 155 built 1951-1956. 80072 was built at Brighton works in 1953 at a cost of £17,324. Officialy withdraw from BR service on 24 July 1965. Bought by Woodham brothers and sent to Barry scrapyard in South Wales in 1966. After 22 years there rusting away, it was bought by Elaine and Ray Treadwell, then sold to the Llangollen railway and restored to the condition you see it to-day.

The engine is a BR standard class 4 tank, 155 built 1951-1956. 80072 was built at Brighton works in 1953 at a cost of £17,324. Officialy withdraw from BR service on 24 July 1965. Bought by Woodham brothers and sent to Barry scrapyard in South Wales in 1966. After 22 years there rusting away, it was bought by Elaine and Ray Treadwell, then sold to the Llangollen railway and restored to the condition you see it to-day.

The engine is a BR standard class 4 tank, 155 built 1951-1956. 80072 was built at Brighton works in 1953 at a cost of £17,324. Officialy withdraw from BR service on 24 July 1965. Bought by Woodham brothers and sent to Barry scrapyard in South Wales in 1966. After 22 years there rusting away, it was bought by Elaine and Ray Treadwell, then sold to the Llangollen railway and restored to the condition you see it to-day.

The engine is a BR standard class 4 tank, 155 built 1951-1956. 80072 was built at Brighton works in 1953 at a cost of £17,324. Officialy withdraw from BR service on 24 July 1965. Bought by Woodham brothers and sent to Barry scrapyard in South Wales in 1966. After 22 years there rusting away, it was bought by Elaine and Ray Treadwell, then sold to the Llangollen railway and restored to the condition you see it to-day.

The engine is a BR standard class 4 tank, 155 built 1951-1956. 80072 was built at Brighton works in 1953 at a cost of £17,324. Officialy withdraw from BR service on 24 July 1965. Bought by Woodham brothers and sent to Barry scrapyard in South Wales in 1966. After 22 years there rusting away, it was bought by Elaine and Ray Treadwell, then sold to the Llangollen railway and restored to the condition you see it to-day.

The engine is a BR standard class 4 tank, 155 built 1951-1956. 80072 was built at Brighton works in 1953 at a cost of £17,324. Officialy withdraw from BR service on 24 July 1965. Bought by Woodham brothers and sent to Barry scrapyard in South Wales in 1966. After 22 years there rusting away, it was bought by Elaine and Ray Treadwell, then sold to the Llangollen railway and restored to the condition you see it to-day.

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