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Dave Frary's long version of the Gore Canyon on an HO scale Rio Grande model railroad. Dave is truly a Master Model Railroader!

Cannon Street railway bridge, seen from Cannon Street station signal box, about 1923. Railway lines crossing the River Thames at the entrance to the station.

Cannon Street railway bridge, seen from Cannon Street station signal box, about Railway lines crossing the River Thames at the entrance to the station

I remember when the trains had corridors before entering the carriage. Sitting in the compartments with, maybe, six or eight passengers to a compartment and the luggage stored overhead.

Corridor trains - going from Dublin to Cork. So enjoyed any train trip to Cork

The nostalgic beauty of compartment trains.

Interiors of a train: the sleeping compartments. If you ever get a chance, travel by rail to spend quality time together. It really is about "the journey".

A magnificient gathering of West Coast motive power at Camden shed yard in 1959. No.71000 'Duke Of Gloucester' keeps company with two Stanier 'Princess Coronation' Pacifics No's 46233 'Duchess Of Sutherland' and 46229 'Duchess Of Hamilton'. - Philip D Hawkins

A magnificient gathering of West Coast motive power at Camden shed yard in 'Duke Of Gloucester' keeps company with two Stanier 'Princess Coronation' Pacifics No's 46233 'Duchess Of Sutherland' and 46229 'Duchess Of Hamilton'. - Philip D Hawkins

Picture of British Railways Mark 1 Railway Carriages

Went to school every day by steam train. These carriages had no corridor so a pack of kids could grab an empty one and no-one else could get in.

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