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Intriguing. I've never seen one like this before. Is the front section a separate power unit, or is it all one locomotive?
It is an intriguing design steam engine but was made for long haul freight.

The AD60 Class 4-8-4+4-8-4 Beyer-Garratt patent consists of a boiler carried on a separate frame in the centre of the locomotive and supported by the frames of the two engines, one at each end. The locomotive thus consists of three parts: a water tank, a fixed chassis supporting a boiler and a rear engine unit carrying a coal bunker and water tank. The standard gauge coupled axle loading of 16 long tons (16.3 t; 17.9 short tons) and able to negotiate 6-chain (120 m) curves.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_South_Wales_AD60_class_locomotive (this has not been updated for its latest details which is now part of the NSW Railway Museum.
Here is the water tanker at the end (but looks extra long with the wide angle lens used).

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KA207307[C1-12]adj-cr by Ross, on Flickr
 
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Manning Wardle steam locomotive type L. Works No 2025, Winston Churchill, 0-6-0ST. Built 1923.

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