Nostalgia: Leeds engine abroad

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Christmas 1966: A steam organ from Leeds was one of the attractions of Wearside Round Table’s appeal day held in Sunderland.

Officials were raising money for Christmas parcels to be distributed to old and needy people of the town. A target of £1,000 pounds was set.

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Thirsk, North Yorkshire 1967
Seven people died and 44 were injured when a London-Edinburgh express with 300 passengers aboard hit a derailed goods train near Thirsk, North Yorkshire.

Yorkshire nostalgia: Two disasters from 50 years ago (August 1967)