1950s East Anglia Branchline by Malcolm Root - The 2-4-2 Tank Locomotives of classes F4 and F5 had been designed for the Great Eastern Railway as early as 1884. These small engines provided the power for suburban routes around London until the early 1920s when they were supplanted by more modern equipment. These faithful workhorses continued in service though for another 35 years, supplying the motive power for many of the small local trains that ran throughout Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk at…

1950s East Anglia Branchline by Malcolm Root - The 2-4-2 Tank Locomotives of classes F4 and F5 had been designed for the Great Eastern Railway as early as 1884. These small engines provided the power for suburban routes around London until the early 1920s when they were supplanted by more modern equipment. These faithful workhorses continued in service though for another 35 years, supplying the motive power for many of the small local trains that ran throughout Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk at…

Fine Art Prints of Railway Scenes & Train Portraits - When Steam Was King by Eric Bottomley

Fine Art Prints of Railway Scenes & Train Portraits - When Steam Was King by Eric Bottomley

David Heys steam diesel photo collection - 89 - BR RAILWAY ROUNDABOUT 4

David Heys steam diesel photo collection - 89 - BR RAILWAY ROUNDABOUT 4

Ex-LMS 4-6-2 Coronation Scot Class locomotive, thought to be No 46235 'City of Birmingham', passes under Clifton Road Bridge with a down Type 3 working. Clifton Road bridge is now seen partially demolished whilst adjacent to the locomotive inside the steel sheet piles the three tripod piling rigs are still sinking 18 inch maximum diameter bored piles to carry the abutments of the new bridge. Concrete for the piles being brought in by the temporary narrow gauge light railway

Ex-LMS 4-6-2 Coronation Scot Class locomotive, thought to be No 46235 'City of Birmingham', passes under Clifton Road Bridge with a down Type 3 working. Clifton Road bridge is now seen partially demolished whilst adjacent to the locomotive inside the steel sheet piles the three tripod piling rigs are still sinking 18 inch maximum diameter bored piles to carry the abutments of the new bridge. Concrete for the piles being brought in by the temporary narrow gauge light railway

Glasgow Electric - Blue Train - (Untitled Version), by Terence Cuneo. The new "Blue Trains" started work on Glasgow suburban services in 1960, replacing steam trains, and were a breath of fresh air at the time, with wide windows and curved front windows to look out past the driver. One is shown here by the River Clyde near Helensburgh, with a smokey dirty steam locomotive, and a slow moving tug on the river to the right. Original Vintage Railway Poster available on…

Glasgow Electric - Blue Train - (Untitled Version), by Terence Cuneo. The new "Blue Trains" started work on Glasgow suburban services in 1960, replacing steam trains, and were a breath of fresh air at the time, with wide windows and curved front windows to look out past the driver. One is shown here by the River Clyde near Helensburgh, with a smokey dirty steam locomotive, and a slow moving tug on the river to the right. Original Vintage Railway Poster available on…

“'"Deltic" 3,300 h.p. diesel No. D9009 Alycidon... and Brush 2,750 h.p. Type '4' diesel".' Ian Allan Book of Trains.”

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“'"Deltic" 3,300 h.p. diesel No. D9009 Alycidon... and Brush 2,750 h.p. Type '4' diesel".' Ian Allan Book of Trains.”

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