A steam engine used at Fry's Somerdale chocolate factory at Keynsham, near Bristol
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Fry's chocolate factory steam train to be restored

A steam engine used at Fry's Somerdale chocolate factory at Keynsham, near Bristol, in the 1920s is being restored after it was found by a former factory worker.

In its heyday, thousands of people worked at Somerdale, which was originally a joint venture between Fry's and Cadbury.

The Sentinel Shunter moved cocoa, sugar and chocolate around the factory but was retired in the 1950s.

It took five years to track the old engine down to a shed in Essex. but it is now being restored by volunteers at the Avon Valley Railway.