Remembering the Barney Line exhibition opens at the Head of Steam museum in Darlington

A ticket to Teesdale

A ticket to Teesdale

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REMEMBERING the Barney Line is the newest exhibition at the Head of Steam railway museum.

The display gives a pictorial journey to mark the 50th anniversary of the end of passenger services 50-years-ago in November 1964.

The journey starts at Darlington Bank Top Station and takes the scenic route to Middleton-in-Teesdale via Piercebridge, Gainford and Barnard Castle.

The exhibition is on display from March until May 2014 and is included in the normal museum admission price.

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