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Bluebell Railway Locomotives - 75027 www.bluebell-railway.co.uk996 × 768Search by image BR Standard Class 4 4-6-0 Locomotive No.75027 – one of the last steam locomotives working on British Railways
BR Standard Class 7 No. 70013 Oliver Cromwell powers past A4 No. 60007 Sir Nigel Gresley at Grosmont water tower, Yorkshire, England on Friday 2nd October 2009....
The world's fastest steam locomotive, Mallard (far right) and six of her sister trains were gathered in Shildon, County Durham, yesterday
This shot of a WD 2-8-0 No 90470 in the snow at Castleton station has a wealth of detail. The locomotive was shedded at both Wakefield (56A) and at Sowerby Bridge (56E) during the 1960s. The train is a mixed freight rather than a block coal train so is probably from Healey Mills and is heading for Moston Sorting Sidings. The wan, midwinter, weak sunshine gives the shot a pleasing 'watercolour' effect, so much more attrative  David Heys steam collection - 53 - RAIL CAMERAMAN GREENWOOD16
Flying Scotsman in Doncaster
The last scheduled steam-hauled passenger trains on the British Railways’ network ran between Liverpool Exchange and Preston in July and into August 1968. By that time the motive power tended to be in a poor condition, as illustrated by this Class 5MT (Black 5) at Liverpool Exchange heading a Glasgow train during the last days of steam. The steam locomotive would have hauled the train only as far as Preston where a diesel would take over. Photo by Chris the Edge Hill signalman from his…
British Railways Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 freight locomotive No.92137 from Saltley shed gets to grips with a southbound coal train passing beneath the Birmingham New Street to London Euston main line and over Brickyard Crossing, Birmingham on the steep gradient up to Camp Hill c1960. - Philip D Hawkins
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