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Douglas turns blue as it gets its wings!

THE Talyllyn Railway’s Barclay 0-4-0T No. 6 Douglas was unveiled in a brand new livery of RAF Traffic Blue to mark the 100th anniversary of both it and the RAF.

Built to 2ft gauge

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