Replica of world's oldest surviving steam locomotive 'Puffing Billy' makes an appearance in northern England



Published on Jun 17, 2020
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A replica of the world's oldest surviving steam locomotive named "Puffing Billy" was spotted in northern England at the Beamish Museum in County Durham.

Filmed before the coronavirus lockdown on March 20, the Puffing Billy replica of the steam engine is seen making its way along some tracks.

The filmer explained: "This was taken in 2020 at [the] Beamish museum in the UK before the lockdown.

"It shows a replica of the original coal mine steam engine Puffing Billy on which you can learn how to drive the style old steam engines like this and the 'Steam Elephant.'"

Puffing Billy was used in the 19th century to haul coal from mines in the north of England.

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