EPW020925 ENGLAND (1928). The Holborough Cement Works, Holborough, 1928

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Details

Title [EPW020925] The Holborough Cement Works, Holborough, 1928
Reference EPW020925
Date April-1928
Link
Place name HOLBOROUGH
Parish SNODLAND
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 570411, 162567
Longitude / Latitude 0.44667297527048, 51.336115516488
National Grid Reference TQ704626

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The locomotive may have been British Railways 31372, later acquired from the East Kent Railway, after disposal by the Southern. Classed 1F by BR. A few survived at Dover shed for use over lines that could only take light axle loadings. The tenders had outside frames

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