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Apprentices go full steam ahead on trains


Workshops paid for by the Heritage Lottery to preserve the Watercress Line/steam trains have opened in Alresford, Hampshire.

The scheme has paid for apprenticeships and skilled carpenters to help recreate the steam train era.

The BBC's Alison Harper spoke to some of the apprentices aboard the Lord Nelson.


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