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Chugging along: Heritage railway in England

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Keighley and Worth Valley Railway volunteer Oli Dunnett, aged 12, sets off the 11.30 from Howarth on Feb. 22 in Bradford, England. The heritage railway in the heart of 'Bronte Country' was made famous in 1962 by the nostalgic film 'The Railway Children'. It is hoped that in the future regular commuter trains could be started along the five-mile stretch of track between Keighley and Oxenhope after a study concluded it was viable.

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A conductor checks doors on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway on Feb. 22 in Bradford, England.

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A family enjoy a picnic on the the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway on Feb. 22 in Bradford, England.

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A lady waits for a train at Haworth Station on the the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway on Feb. 22 in Bradford, England.

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Keighley and Worth Valley Railway driver and volunteer Mike Stevens, left, takes a break on his steam shunting engine on Feb. 22 in Bradford, England.

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A steam shunting engine pulls passenger carriages arrives at Oxenhope on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway on Feb. 22, 2011 in Bradford, England.

Getty moved this nice selection of images today by photographer Christopher Furlong of the heritage railway in Bradford, England.