Hugh Napier started work at Penrhyn Quarry more than a hundred years ago - and today he got a new job as a tourist attraction.
Hugh is a steam train with a remarkable past that reveals one man's passion to restore him to life after being left to rot in a north Wales railway siding.
Today the train returned to service.
A steam train is due to arrive back in Wales this weekend almost fifty years after it left the country. Quarry Hunslet 364 Winifred was one of six trains that were working at the Penrhyn slate quarry in Bangor until they were sold at auction and exported to America.
Three of the narrow gauge locomotives are returning to the UK. Winifred is being carried in a container to the Bala Lake Railway at Llanuwchllyn where she'll be restored and displayed. For much of the last fifty years Winifred has been kept in storage in Indiana.
Julian Birley from Bala Lake Railway says "She's hugely important to our railway heritage largely because she has been completely untouched and unseen for nearly fifty years. She is as she was when she left Penrhyn Quarry."