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Steam locomotives

Collection by James Stewart Mcnicoll

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Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1911 for the Southern Railway, the 4501 was the first of its class on that railroad. The wheel arrangement is a known as a Mikado, which is Japanese for Diesel Locomotive, Steam Locomotive, Southern Trains, Southern Railways, Norfolk Southern, Old Trains, Train Pictures, Country Music Singers, Johnny Cash
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Johnny Cash - Ridin' The Rails with Southern 4501 Steam Engine

Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1911 for the Southern Railway, the 4501 was the first of its class on that railroad. The wheel arrangement is a 2-8-2, known as a Mikado, which is Japanese for

13/06/1962 - Crewe South (5B) MPD. | Best viewed 'Original' … | Flickr Best Wagons, Old Wagons, Diesel Locomotive, Steam Locomotive, Steam Trains Uk, Steam Railway, Train Times, Train Art, British Rail

13/06/1962 - Crewe South (5B) MPD.

Best viewed 'Original' size. Stanier, LMS Built (Crewe, 1936) "Jubilee" class 6P5F 4-6-0 45691 "Orion" at Crewe South (5B) shed - 13/06/1962. "Orion" was an Carlisle Upperby (12B) shed locomotive at the time of this picture, moving to Kingmoor (12A) on 07/07/1962. It was transferred to Blackpool Central (24E) on 21/07/1962 and was withdrawn from there on 29/12/1962. © picture courtesy of Peter Brumby.

LMS Stanier Jubilee Class 4-6-0 No. 45697 ACHILLES at Carnforth shed on 26th August 1967 Diesel Locomotive, Steam Locomotive, Steam Trains Uk, Electric, Abandoned Train, Steam Railway, Picture Places, Train Art, British Rail

LMS Stanier Jubilee Class 4-6-0 No. 45697 ACHILLES at Carnforth shed on 26th August 1967

Glasgow Central Station: CR 61 preparing to depart with the to Liverpool on 2 October 1920 Glasgow Central Station, Train Light, Steam Railway, Vintage Architecture, Train Stations, British Rail, Train Engines, Glasgow Scotland, Light Rail

Glasgow Central Station: CR 61 preparing to depart with the 3.50pm to Liverpool on 2 October 1920