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The Gresley designed A4 4-6-2 Pacific Steam Engine 60010, aka the "Dominion of Canada" is pictured here a bit mussy upon arrival at Locomotion, the National Railway Museum located in Shildon. Photo taken in early October, 2012.

The steam locomotive LNER DOMINION OF CANADA was another Gresley Pacific built at the famous Doncaster Plant Locomotive Works in After being scrapped by British Railways it ended up in the Canadian Railroad Museum

An Edinburgh express awaits departure at Kings Cross during the spring of 1962 headed by A4 Pacific 60013 'Dominion of New Zealand'. Negative film.

An Edinburgh express awaits departure at Kings Cross during the spring of 1962 headed by Pacific 60013 'Dominion of New Zealand'.

45552 Willesden 1960 KLC698 A damp and dismal Willesden, but full of atmosphere, Jubilee 45552 'Silver Jubilee' is flanked by a Stanier Pacific and a 2-6-4T, 1960.

45552 Willesden 1960 A damp and dismal Willesden, but full of atmosphere, Jubilee 45552 'Silver Jubilee' is flanked by a Stanier Pacific and a

Patricroft MPD aerial view from the coaling tower. Two BR Standard '9F' 2-10-0s, two ex-LMS '8F' 2-8-0s and a BR Standard '2' class' 2-6-2 tank in view

Patricroft MPD aerial view from the coaling tower. Two BR Standard two ex-LMS and a BR Standard class' tank in view

During the industrial revolution, goods were taken from one place to another by train. Trains made getting things to other places faster and easier.

INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION Railroads were a major factor in the Industrial Revolution. The invention of the steam powered engine and the use of iron on the railways led to the expansion of railroads. They connected England making transportation quicker.

34021 was a SR West Country/Battle of Britain class locomotive. Built in 1945 'DARTMOOR' served SR until July 1967, when it was withdrawn from service. Seen here at Cashmore's (Newport) yard in March 1968, just prior to being broken up ..... it is already devoid of the 'air smooth' boiler casings, a familiar feature of this class.

34021 was a SR rebuilt West Country class locomotive. Built in 1945 'DARTMOOR' served SR until July when it was withdrawn from service. Seen here at Cashmore's (Newport) yard in March just prior to being broken up.

The last run of the Bittern Aberdeen 1966

The last run of No 60019 'Bittern' at Aberdeen in Built at Doncaster Works and delivered on Dec Withdrawn on Sept Now preserved at the Mid Hants Railway.

46245 City of London at Euston Nov,63 | On another foul day,… | Flickr

LMS 46245 City of London (Pacific) Princess Coronation (Duchess) Class at Euston in traditional foul weather, 17 November