"In the Shed" Steam Locomotive resting in one of the old engine sheds at Carnforth. Photographer: Simon Bull

"In the Shed" Steam Locomotive resting in one of the old engine sheds at Carnforth. Photographer: Simon Bull ☮k☮

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.

Stanier Jubliee class No. 45688 'Polyphemus' entering Birmingham New Street station in 1956.

Fine Art Prints of Railway Scenes & Train Portraits - The Midlander by Philip Hawkins

The last run of the Bittern Aberdeen 1966

“The last BR duty for Gresley A 4 60019 Bittern. It is seen at Aberdeen in 1966 and is now preserved.

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Mallard, Bittern, Sir Nigel Gresley and Union of South Africa locomotives together in York

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

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'.

SILVER LINK British Railways Class A4 Steam 4-6-2 at Doncaster works, United Kingdom by Daniel SIMON

High quality photograph of British Railways Steam # 60014 SILVER LINK at Doncaster works, United Kingdom.

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

Number 4468 Mallard in York.jpg

Number 4468 Mallard in York. Number 4468 Mallard is a London and North Eastern Railway Class Pacific steam locomotive built at Doncaster, England in It is historically significant as the holder of the world speed record for steam locomotives.

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