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File:Tyne and Wear Metro train 4001 at Pelaw 01.jpg

Prototype Tyne and Wear Metro train 4001 in original livery (cadmium yellow and white with a maroon stripe) at Pelaw station with a Yellow line train to South Hylton.

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