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RailwaysGreat Western 175 at Didcot ‘Halls, Castles' and 6024 ‘King Edward 1st' on the main line and in preservation LNER power with N2 tank 1744 and A4 Pacifics 60007 ‘Sir Nigel Gresley' and 60019 ‘Bittern' 46115 ‘Scots Guardsman' BR Standard designs with 70013 ‘Oliver Cromwell' and 80002 60163 ‘Tornado' ...
Keywords: didcot, lner, pacifics, gresley, bittern, guardsman, cromwell, tornado, leander, princess, duchess, sutherland, highland, loneley, corrour, railtour, cromwell, marquess, princess, lickey, shap, beattock, stranraer, aberdeen, inverness, kyle, lochalsh, highland
RailwaysA journey behind steam from Kings Cross to the North West of Scotland on the Railway Touring Company's ‘North Briton' of April 2008 featuring: 60019 ‘Bittern' 60009 ‘Union of South Africa' 71000 ‘Duke of Gloucester' Black 5 45407 ALSO... Steam is shown at a wide variety of locations including the ...
Keywords: briton, scotland, briton, bittern, africa, duke, gloucester, highland, kyle, lochalsh, somerset, gala, lnwr, york, gresley, africa, bittern, shap, greenholme, dillicar, hedjaz, ecuador, linesdie, newcastle, j27s, blythe, j27s, wolsztyn, winter
RailwaysStanier was lured from the GWR in 1932 to address the LMS problem of heavier trains and small engines requiring much expensive double heading. The Jubilee 4-6-0s were one of his solutions. He had to contend with loading gauge and weight restrictions on the Midland, Caledonian and Highland lines. ...
Keywords: jubilee, 4-6-0s, jubilee, 4-6-0s, caledonian, highland, hammer, blow, taper, boiler, jubilee, queen, usage, townsin, townsin, insignia, smokebox, insignia, insignia, insignia, postwar
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