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The Scottish Railway Preservation Society originally set up camp at Falkirk, where they had preserved two examples of Scottish steam: a North British 0-6-0 Maude, and a Caledonian Railway 0-4-4T, as well as an LNER 4-4-0 Morayshire.
Between my two visits to the SRPS in 1980 and then in 1986, the Scottish Railway Preservation Society had moved camp to Borrowstounness (usually abbreviated to just Bo'ness), to a fragment of line now called the Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway. The day I was there in June 1986 was the one day of decent weather we had all year!
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