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A collection of Galleries of Locomotives

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City of Truro 4-4-0 City class steam locomotive, No 3440, 1903. This Featured Locomotives Print

City of Truro 4-4-0 City class steam locomotive, No 3440, 1903. This

City of Truro 4-4-0 City class steam locomotive, No 3440, 1903. This locomotive was designed by William Dean for the Great Western Railway and built at Swindon in 1903. It is reputed to be the first locomotive to travel at a speed of over 100 mph, reaching a speed of 102.3 mph at White Ball, Somerset, in 1904. The City of Truro was withdrawn from general service in 1931, but after full restoration in the 1950s, has been used to haul occasional special trains. Here, the locomotive is shown hauling a special excursion train on the York to Scarborough line, c 1970s

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Merlin, London and North Eastern Railway Featured Locomotives Print

Merlin, London and North Eastern Railway

Merlin, London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) steam locomotive No 4486, August 1944. This steam locomotive was temporarily given the name Bryan after the son of the newly appointed director, Fitzherbert Wright, and numbered with the year of his birth, 1934. LNER offical photograph

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Cambrian Coast Express, 1961. The Cambrian Coast Express, hauled by a 7800 class Featured Locomotives Print

Cambrian Coast Express, 1961. The Cambrian Coast Express, hauled by a 7800 class

The Cambrian Coast Express, hauled by a 7800 class 4-6-0 locomotive number 7818 Granville Manor, by Selwyn Pearce-Higgins, 1961. This train transported passengers between London Paddington station and Aberystwyth, via Birmingham. The journey took around 6 hours at this time. The train service was stopped in 1967

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