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No. 10 G.H.Wood on the Isle of Man
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No: 8805   Contributor: Marcel Gommers / John Southall   Year: 2000   Manufacturer: Beyer-Peacock & Co Ltd   Country: Isle of Man
No. 10 G.H.Wood on the Isle of Man

Isle of Man Railway number 10, G H Wood a 2-4-0T loco.
This looks like Port Erin station.
No. 10 was built by Beyer Peacock in 1905 and named after the then Company Secretary and Director. She starred on his Christmas cards that year with the gentleman also in shot.

Photo © The Step Back Through Time Collection

Picture added on 22 December 2010 at 15:12
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I think this is Douglas, in the background is the engine shed and works, also most engines face smoke box toward Port Erwin.

Added by Phil Horscroft on 23 November 2011.
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