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Steam railway museum in £2.5m boost

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Steam railway museum in £2.5m boost The new rail attraction will be based in Whitehead in County Antrim.

Millions of pounds is to be spent turning a steam engine depot at Whitehead, County Antrim, into a tourist attraction.

 

The depot is currently used by the Railway Preservation Society of Ireland (RSPI) to carry out work on their 10 locomotives.

 

RSPI plan to create an interactive museum and said it will become an essential stop on the tourist trail.

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-21824130

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I've pointed out the errors to them - they're usually fairly quick to correct, but they might have gone home now..

 

I correct two/three things a week on there, most aren't too serious, but the odd one has been well worth correcting.

 

Let's see what happens..

 

At least it's not PRSI..?

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The station building looks excellent when passing over the Kings bridge and its about time they got some recognition for the contribution they make to tourism.

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