York North locomotive depot, London & North Eastern Railway, 29 April 1942
York North locomotive depot, London & North Eastern Railway. A4 locomotive 4-6-2 no. 4469 'Sir Ralph Wedgwood' damaged beyond repair as a result of a German air raid during the Second World War, 29 April 1942. The damaged engine shed later became the Great Hall of the National Railway Museum.
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Kings Cross station, British Railways, c1950s
King's Cross station, British Railways, c1950s. The luxury Queen of Scots Pullman train arriving into King's Cross station, hauled by a Class A3 engine, built by the London & North Eastern Railway. V2 class 2-6-0 locomotive number 915 is on a nearby track.
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Saffron Walden railway sidings, looking east from Debden Road overbridge. At top
Saffron Walden railway sidings, looking east from Debden Road overbridge. At top left is the Great Eastern public house, with a Great Eastern Railway office. Signal box and station building and the South Road overbridge beyond the goods shed. Running line centre and up siding with mainly empty merchandise wagons. There are over 50 wagons in the yard.
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