Private Steam 4-6-2 at York, United Kingdom.

Four Pacifics 60022 Mallard, 60019 Bittern, 60007 Sir Nigel Gresley and 60009 Union of South Africa

LMS 6399 Fury The London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) No. 6399 Fury was an unsuccessful British experimental express passenger locomotive. The intention was to save fuel by using high-pressure steam, which is thermodynamically more efficient than low-pressure steam.

Network Rail has suspended a major steam train operator over safety fears after an engine and 13 carriages failed to stop at a signal.

LNER steam locomotive 'Mallard' 4-6-2 A4 Pacific class, No 4468, 1938 - Our collection - National Railway Museum

LNER steam locomotive 'Mallard' Pacific class, No 1938 - Our collection - National Railway Museum

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Trackside Classic – 1927 Great Western Railway King Class No 6000 King George V – Combining Innovation And Tradition

The 'Great Gathering': The six remaining A4 class locomotives, Sir Nigel Gresley, Dwight D Eisenhower, Union of South Africa, Bittern, Malla...

Fastest ever steam locomotive is back with its five 'sisters'

The world's fastest steam locomotive, Mallard (far right) and six of her sister trains were gathered in Shildon, County Durham, yesterday

If you are of a nervous disposition please look away now! Former LMS Patriot class three-cylinder 4-6-0 No 45538 Giggleswick leaves the 1894 double double track bore of Standege tunnel with an eastbound extra passenger train in 1951 as a team of builders repair the brick ring around the entrance in pouring rain. Another gem taken by the late Kenneth Field on 6 x 9 fil m (120 size).

Net Photo: 45538 London Midland & Scottish Railway Patriot class at Yorkshire, United Kingdom by Rail Archive Stephenson

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

cleaning the smokebox at Rugby ... what a fab picture #lovesteamengines

cleaning the smokebox at Rugby . what a fab picture

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