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7A (14A) Climbs Through Selby

On the 28th of July 1962, the Puffing Billy Railway officially re-opened between Belgrave and Menzies Creek. Fifty years to the day later, a special train was run to commemorate 50 years of service. Hauled by locomotive 14A (masquerading as 7A) in black and red lining livery. The special ran to Menzies Creek where an official ceremony took place.

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Taken on July 29, 2012