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LNER Class D49 No 246 "Morayshire" - Built by the LNER at Darlington Works in 1928 and designed by Nigel Gresley. Now in the ownership of National Museums of Scotland who in 1974 agreed to loan it to the SRPS with the aim of returning it to steam.

LNER Class D49 No 246 "Morayshire" - Built by the LNER at Darlington Works in 1928 and designed by Nigel Gresley. Now in the ownership of National Museums of Scotland who in 1974 agreed to loan it to the SRPS with the aim of returning it to steam.

This absolute beauty is back on the rails in 2015 at Bury and I'm tempted to go all out

The flying Sc0tsman , Back On Track

This absolute beauty is back on the rails in 2015 at Bury and I'm tempted to go all out

Sir Nigel Gresley 60007 steams into Goathland station on the North Yorks Moors railway.

Sir Nigel Gresley 60007 steams into Goathland station on the North Yorks Moors railway.

R0228 - Ferryhill Shed | LNER Class A4 4-6-2 no. 60006 'Sir … | Flickr

R0228 - Ferryhill Shed | LNER Class A4 4-6-2 no. 60006 'Sir … | Flickr

Our Mallard 75 February half term will showcase all six streamlined Gresley giants, some in steam at Locomotion at Shildon. Description from dailymail.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

World's fastest steam locomotive Mallard gets a tow from sister train on their way to National Railway Museum for historic reunion

Our Mallard 75 February half term will showcase all six streamlined Gresley giants, some in steam at Locomotion at Shildon. Description from dailymail.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Sir Nigel Gresley 60007 - Steam Trains. The LNER Class A4 Pacific engine

Sir Nigel Gresley 60007 - Steam Trains. The LNER Class A4 Pacific engine

LNER Class A4 4-6-2 Pacific engine number 4468 Mallard, still holds the record for being the fastest steam locomotive in the world (126 mph).

LNER Class A4 4-6-2 Pacific engine number 4468 Mallard, still holds the record for being the fastest steam locomotive in the world (126 mph).

LNER 4-6-2 "Mallard" . 126.4 mph Steam Locomotive.

LNER 4-6-2 ‘Mallard’, 4 July 1938 & Some British Steam Galleries

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