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1929 Sentinel DG6 Steam Waggon - Nippy
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No: 885   Contributor: Steve Prosser   Year: 2011   Manufacturer: Sentinel   Country: United Kingdom
1929 Sentinel DG6 Steam Waggon - Nippy

A very well presented example of a Sentinel DG6 still running on solid tyres.
Supplied new to J. Lyons & Co of London, this was the last, and largest, of the 32 Sentinels they ordered. The waggon is said to have been used for trips of some 120 miles from Greenford, Middlesex to Nottingham, England
Seen at the Bedford Steam Rally, Bedfordshire, England in September 2011.
Picture added on 08 August 2013 at 18:17
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