File:GCR O4 63601 at Doncaster Works.JPG
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English: LNER 2-8-0 Class O4 (previously GCR Class 8K) no. 63601 at Doncaster Works open day on 27th July 2003. This locomotive is preserved on the Great Central Railway.
Deutsch: London & North Eastern Railway Baureihe O4 (vorher Great Central Railway Baureihe 8K) Nr. 63601, Achsformel 2-8-0 (UIC-Schema: 1'D) am Tag der offenen Tür im Werk Doncaster am 27. Juli 2003. Diese Lokomotive wird auf der Great Central Railway erhalten.
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