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SRPS to visit rare Scottish branches

ON June 1-2 the SRPS Railtours will take a locomotive-hauled train to numerous branch lines in central Scotland that rarely see anything but multiple units.

Using The Scottish 37 Group’s No. 37025 Inverness TMD

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