‘I was a little scared’: Trainee admits she was a bit scared by plastic barrel train

Trainee Emily Burdett was just three when she received her first plastic barrel.

She has now grown up and is one of the lucky ones.

Emily Burdetts journey from Newcastle to the UK to train for the UK’s first plastic-barrel train.

“When I was younger, I never knew anything about plastic.

I never saw anything in a shop, and I didn’t know anything about it,” she said.

She is one the lucky trainees.

Her journey started with a tube train to Manchester.

But she did not know it was a train until she was 12 years old, when she was on the tube.

Since then she has lived and trained in different countries.

Now Emily has taken up the challenge of building a plastic train. 

She has completed her first batch of 20 trainees in Newcastle.

There is a line of plastic train that runs from Liverpool to Newcastle, and it is only a short walk from where she has spent her career.

Burdett said: “It’s something I want to do for as long as I live.”

I want to have a life and a career outside of it.

“The project began when Emily and her parents started working in Newcastle as part of the National Rail apprenticeship scheme.

They now work at a local train station and train passengers for the first time.

It is a journey that has taken them around the country, travelling on buses, trains and lorries.

After the train is built, Emily plans to build more trains.

For now, she hopes to be able to train up to 25 people a year.

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