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CLASS 373/2 REGIONAL EUROSTAR EMU POWER CAR 373-308
What a shame a National Railway Museum is half filled with Chinese,Japanese and this Euro Junk
Classic '30s Tube Station,stylish and will be around long after todays rubbish structures have fallen down
East Coast Trains Intercity 125 43307
Sadly missed East Coast Trains livery what a shame they are ending their days with that garish Vermin Trains one!
This historic =-4-2 locomotive was built in 1838 by Todd, Kitson & LLaird, of Leeds (predecessors of Kitson & Co Ltd) for the Liverpool & Manchester Railway. The coupled wheels are 5 ft diameter and the ...
Aerotrain no. 2, Rock Island Line
Two prototypes were running on trials in 1956, each consisting of 10-coach units (so there could not be a full rake at Green bay). The 75 ton locomotive section was said to be a 1,200 hp 3-axle unit. Each ...
D1661 North Star
The original "North Star" was a Stephenson broad-gauge 2-2-2 locomotive. It was built in 1837, rebuilt in 1854 and withdrawn from service in 1870. It hauled the first passenger train out of the original ...
34081 '92 Squadron'
This locomotive is returning to service in the summer of 2017 after an extensive overhaul. It was the 101st Bulleid Pacific to be built, in September 1948. In June 1964 it had lasted 16 years in service ...
6880 Betton Grange
New-build 6880 will appear complete and with a "borrowed" tender at Tyseley this summer, 2017, although not yet capable of steaming.
Class Y1 68153 on the Middleton Railway
Nicknamed "The Potting Shed", overhaul of this locomotive is being completed in the spring of 2017, and it should steam again this year after being out of action for over a decade. It is the last survivor ...
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