Railway engines get to work Llandudno Junction

Daily Post
29th April 2008
Aaron Boland
" A narrow gauge railway is staging a “family reunion” for three historic steam engines next weekend.
The locomotives, which will run at the Welsh Highland Railway in Porthmadog, are all a type that was once a common sight working in the slate quarries of Gwynedd.
Two of them, Alice and Irish Mail, were built in the early 1900s, and used to work in the Dinorwig Slate Quarry in Llanberis.
The third, Jack Lane, is less than three years old but was built to the same design for the preserved railway industry. "
http://www.dailypost.co.uk:80/news/north-wales-news/2008/04/29/railway-engines-get-to-work-55578-20832767 /
This article reminded me of a very old joke involving Llandudno and a tattoo .....
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