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English: Photograph of preserved Reykjavic Harbour Railway locomotive Minor on Reykjavic quayside. An image of the sister engine may be found at RHR-Pioner.JPG on this project.
Date 20 September 2007 (according to EXIF data)
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Author User:Timothy Titus

Photograph by Timothy L'Estrange, September 2007.


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