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Images Dated 2004

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Choose from 31 pictures in our Images Dated 2004 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Castle' Class 4-6-0 locomotive, No.4094 Featured 2004 Print

Castle' Class 4-6-0 locomotive, No.4094

Castle' Class 4-6-0 locomotive, No.4094 'Dynevor Castle', hauling the Ocean Liner Express from Plymouth Millbay to Paddington. The three leading vehicles are 70ft 'Ocean Mails' storage vans, although they appear to have been demoted as there is no legend on the lower panels, and they are probably conveying passengers' luggage. This view was taken at Sonning Cutting, Maurice Early's favorite location. The bridge in the distance carries the A4

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Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway, c 1927 Featured 2004 Print

Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway, c 1927

Passengers waiting for a train, at Eskdale Green station on the Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway, by HGW Household, about 1927. The R & E R opened in 1875 between Dalegarth and Ravenglass. It was used for the transportation of iron ore, as well as for carrying passengers. The line closed in 1913 when the iron mine closed, due to a flood. The line later re-opened on a 15 gauge, again to carry passengers and ores. It has been preserved as miniature railway

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Scarborough Bridge, York, 1948 Featured 2004 Print

Scarborough Bridge, York, 1948

Class J72 0-6-0T locomotive number 68735 on Scarborough Bridge, York, by E R Wethersett, 15 August 1948. The locomotive is pulling freight to the freight terminal at Foss Islands, on the other side of York. Tank engines did not need a separate tender for water and coal. They could either push or pull trains, which meant that they did not have to be turned around on a turntable at the end of their journey. They were usually used on local lines

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