'Billy' built in 1816 by George Stephenson is the 3rd oldest surviving steam engine in the world. The engine was used to haul waggons carrying coal from Killingworth Colliery to the River Tyne. It is on display at The Stephenson Steam Railway in North Tyneside, on 29th May 2023.
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