April 28 2020, 11.01amUpdated: June 1 2020, 8.02pm
It was the unlucky engine which plunged twice into the icy waters of the River Tay.
North British Railway (NRB) Engine 224 took 75 people to their doom on the Tay Bridge in 1879 but was eventually fished out of the watery bed 140 years ago in April 1880.
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