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.
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