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Unique ID Number: DOC_CEPS_1_45 CRO Acc 7160
Description: Envelope with sixty papers, including correspondence, relating to the intention to preserve the Harvey’s of Hayle built pumping engines from 1886 used by the Great Western Railway and British Railways at the Severn Tunnel following their replacement in the mid 1960s.
Record Number: 753345

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Subject: Corporate, CEPS, Pumping, Preservation

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Creator: Cornish Engine Preservation Society
Format: TIFF image
Source: CEPS historical records
Date: 1965 to 1967
Publisher: Trevithick Society
Additional Information: Held by Cornwall Record Office, Accession 7160

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