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Published on Mar 25, 2013
This is (as far as I'm aware) one of only two such working engines in the world (the other is in the Black Country Living Museum in England). Both are full-size replicas, although the engine in this video is at the smaller end of the scale. It was planned to have this engine operating in 2012 to mark 300 years since the first engine was built, but it was not completed until March 2013. This video shows it's first public appearance at the Glenbrook Vintage Railway Steam & Vintage Country Festival, near Auckland, New Zealand. The engine is named "Gloribelle", and was built by the Auckland Steam Engine Society. Video format is 854 x 480 High Quality, at 24 fps PAL.