Nottingham Victoria station
It all looks very quiet on August 4 1965, but there were trains still running and regular freights - Copyright John Evans - no unauthorised copying, downloads or use.
08/1955 - Shap Wells.
Best viewed Original size. Stanier LMS (built Crewe, 1935) Princess Royal class 8P 4-6-2 46211 "Queen Maud" labours up the 1 in 75 incline at Shap Wells with the late-running & heavily loaded (15 bogies) down "Mid-Day Scot" - August 1955. According to the photographer: In the valley below, five miles from our vantage point on Shap Wells, the evening sunshine picked out the thin trail of smoke from a northbound express steaming through Tebay. It was a few minutes after six and in…
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D47 British Railways Class 45 at Peak District, Derbyshire, United Kingdom by Brian Stephenson
High quality photograph of British Railways Class 45 # D47 at Peak District, Derbyshire, United Kingdom.
David Heys steam diesel photo collection - 03 - THE BEECHING AXE
THE BEECHING AXE If you're still smarting from all that sanctimonious guff spouted by Dr Richard Beeching who played 'eeny-meeny-miny-mo' over which line to close next, then you'd best skip this page...it makes for grim reading.