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Linda was loaded wrong way round on to the loco but the train crew told us not worry as they would turn the wagon on the turntable at Bangor.
Once a taste for conquering is acquired, it can often prove hard to resist, and Premio Loco will be off on his travels again before too long.
As Stetson's Bickel puts it, "The fall of in loco parentis in the 1960s correlated exactly with the rise of student economic power and the rise of student civil rights"
David Lloyd George will be used for the heaviest trains, along with sister loco Earl of Merioneth, while Merddin Emrys - originally built at Boston Lodge in 1879 - undergoes overhaul having been in daily use throughout 2013.
But when he returned to the quarry someone else was driving the 108-year-old loco.
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Wall said: "As Premio Loco is now rated 109, we hope to run him in three conditions or Listed events on the all-weather early next year, beginning at Lingfield in January.
Here's your chance to go loco with Lego because we've TEN copies of the latest on-screen construction kit, Lego Loco on PC CD-ROM, to give away FREE.
P&G Professional[TM], the away-from-home division of Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG), was recently awarded "Vendor of the Year" by El Pollo Loco for their Cleaning and Food Safety Program.
AN historic narrow gauge loco is to be restored in time for its 150th anniversary.
AN historic loco will haul a passenger train for the first time next week.
El Pollo Loco will open 32 restaurants this year in California, Arizona and Texas, officials announced recently, with nearly 20 percent of the new restaurants in the San Fernando Valley and Ventura County.
The loco, named Hugh Napier, part of the Penrhyn Castle collection at Bangor, has been brought back to life after the National Trust successfully mounted a pounds 50,000 appeal.