Visiting Stephenson Railway Museum
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A range of fascinating locomotives are on display including George Stephenson s Billy , a forerunner of the world-famous Rocket. The Museum is home to: The early locomotive Billy - built in Newcastle around 1826 and used for hauling coal Steam and diesel locomotives used on Tyneside and elsewhere from as early as the 1880s An electrically-powered parcels van of 1904 from the pioneering Tyneside suburban electric railway system An electric locomotive - built in 1909 for use on a colliery line A fleet of passenger coaches from the 1950s.
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Middle Engine Lane
Tyne and Wear
Telephone: 0191 200 7146
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