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Shildon railway museum locomotives attract 70,000 visitors

21 February 2014 Last updated at 09:22 GMT

More than 70,000 people have visited a County Durham railway museum to see the last six surviving A4 class steam locomotives.

Visitors from as far as America and China have visited the free exhibition at Locomotion: National Rail Museum in Shildon.

Train enthusiast Vincent Swift, who came from China, said it was a "once in a lifetime opportunity".

The exhibition runs until Sunday.

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