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  • English: Replica from 1980 of the historic steam locomotive Novelty from 1829, a competitor of the Rainhill Trials, in the Transport Museum in Nuremberg in the exhibition "Adler, Rocket and Co."
  • Deutsch: Nachbau von 1980 der historischen Dampflokomotive Novelty von 1829, ein Teilnehmer des Rennens von Rainhill im Verkehrsmuseum in Nürnberg in der Ausstellung "Adler, Rocket und Co."
Date 11 September 2010
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Author Urmelbeauftragter ( talk | contribs | Gallery)  (German Wikipedia)
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