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ENGLISH ELECTRIC COMPANY LIMITED Born in the days when steam dominated the railway lines of Britain, the gas turbine locomotive, was a bold project which became another victim of BR's Modernization Electric Locomotive, Diesel Locomotive, Steam Locomotive, Holland, Rail Transport, Gas Turbine, Electric Train, British Rail, Steam Engine

ENGLISH ELECTRIC COMPANY LIMITED Born in the days when steam dominated the railway lines of Britain, the gas turbine locomotive, GT3, was a bold project which became another victim of BR's Modernization

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Midland Railway 2-4-0 Kirtley '156' Class Number 158A

158A was built in 1866 to a design by Matthew Kirtley for express passenger workings to Kings Cross, then the London Terminus of the Midland Railway. 158A has been rebuilt at various dates and finally ended her days at Nottingham in1947 as station pilot after 81 years service. She appeared at the Stephenson Centenary Celebrations, Chesterfield in 1948 and was preserved at Derby Locomotive Works until moving to the Midland Railway - Butterley in 1975. 158A is part of the National Collection…

Original Locomotive On the Southport line, built in 1866 Steam Railway, British Rail, Seaside Towns, Southport, Diesel, Small Engine, Steam Engine, Steam Locomotive, Train Station

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In September 1915, the Highland Railway took delivery of two new locomotives - ‘River Ness’ and ‘River Tay’. It quickly became apparent that they were too heavy to run on much of the company’s track and both engines, along with four more which had been ordered, were sold to the Caledonian Railway. Frederick Smith, the Highland’s Chief Mechanical Engineer, was forced to resign over the debacle Electric Locomotive, Steam Locomotive, Steam Railway, British Rail, Old Trains, Most Beautiful Cities, Steam Engine, Mechanical Engineering, Frederick Smith

In September 1915, the Highland Railway took delivery of two new locomotives - ‘River Ness’ and ‘River Tay’. It quickly became apparent that they were too heavy to run on much of the company’s track and both engines, along with four more which had been ordered, were sold to the Caledonian Railway. Frederick Smith, the Highland’s Chief Mechanical Engineer, was forced to resign over the debacle

17758 Drummond 279 Class 0-6-0 Built; 1913 History; G&SWR 299 (1913) 79 (1919), LMS 17758 (1923) LMS Power Class 4F Withdrawn and scrapped 1933 Old Steam Train, Steam Railway, Steam Engine, Steam Locomotive, Glasgow, Paddle, Westerns, Survival, British

Glasgow & South Western Railway - travelandmixpix

The Glasgow & South Western Railway was formed in 1850 as a result of the amalgamation of Glasgow, Paisley Kilmarnock and Ayr and Glasgow, Dumfries and Carlisle Railways. It served the South Clyde Coast routes and South to Ayrshire, Dumfries, Carlisle and Stranraer. It also ran service to London St. Pancras in conjunction with the Midland Railway via the Settle & Carlisle line. The HQ was at St Enoch station in Glasgow. On grouping on 1st January 1923 it became part of the LMS, and once the…

Sketch showing Original RCH Code for Locomotive Lamps

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No. 779. A McIntosh 766 Dunalastair II Class 4-4-0 'Breadalbane' of Caledonian Railways, built in 1898. Fifteen were built, and were used on goods and passenger services. Four of them were re-built in 1914. It became LMS 14335 on grouping, being classed as Class 2P. The engine was involved in an accident in 1928 at Dinwoodie, and was withdrawn and scrapped in 1939. PP Steam Railway, British Rail, Steam Engine, Steam Locomotive, Engineering, Track, Colours, Runway, Truck

No. 779. A McIntosh 766 Dunalastair II Class 4-4-0 'Breadalbane' of Caledonian Railways, built in 1898. Fifteen were built, and were used on goods and passenger services. Four of them were re-built in 1914. It became LMS 14335 on grouping, being classed as Class 2P. The engine was involved in an accident in 1928 at Dinwoodie, and was withdrawn and scrapped in 1939. PP

Die Bundesbahnzeit - Mit HS unterwegs – Dampfparadies Großbritannien 1960, Teil 5 Glasgow, Edinburgh, Bournemouth, Carlisle, Nottingham, Southampton, Somerset, Holland, Steam Engine

Mit HS unterwegs – Dampfparadies Großbritannien 1960, Teil 1 - 5