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Created 19-Sep-11
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Waterside. No 10 Andrew Barclay 2244 of 1947Waterside. Andrew Barclay built No 10 against a background of the typical moorland scenary of the areaWaterside.Andrew Barclay 0-6-0 side tank at the waste tip.Waterside. No 19 with a crew member shovelling coal from the 'tender'Giesel ejector fitted No 24 at the washeryWaterside.Contrasting Barclay 0-4-0 and 0-6-0 tanks.Waterside. No 10 enroute to the exchange sidingsWaterside. No 10 near the weighbridge.Waterside. No 10 heads from the Minnivey mine to the washeryWaterside. The Barclay 0-4-0 tank shows its sturdy construction well from this angle.Waterside. No 10 out on the moors enroute from the collieryWaterside. Andrew Barclay No 10Waterside. No 17 at the washeryWaterside. No 17 between trees that demonstrate the windswept nature of this locationWaterside. No 17 at the washeryWaterside. No 10 in the shed at DunaskinWaterside. No 19 in the shed at DunaskinWaterside. The loco shed at DunaskinWaterside. No 17 in weak winter sun