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GWR No.1338 - One of a class of only two engines, unusually employing Kitson-Hawthorn valve gear with the link above the running plate, built for the Cardiff Railway in 1898. The Cardiff Railway was owned by the Marquis of Bute and was the smallest railway absorbed into the Great Western in 1923. It operated a 'main line' of 11 and a half miles connecting to the Taff Vale railway (also absorbed into the GWR in 1923) and 120 miles of dock and colliery sidings. It owned only tank locomotives…

GWR No.1338 - One of a class of only two engines, unusually employing Kitson-Hawthorn valve gear with the link above the running plate, built for the Cardiff Railway in 1898. The Cardiff Railway was owned by the Marquis of Bute and was the smallest railway absorbed into the Great Western in 1923. It operated a 'main line' of 11 and a half miles connecting to the Taff Vale railway (also absorbed into the GWR in 1923) and 120 miles of dock and colliery sidings. It owned only tank locomotives…

Fine Art Prints of Railway Scenes & Train Portraits - The Yorkshire Pullman by Philip D Hawkins

Fine Art Prints of Railway Scenes & Train Portraits - The Yorkshire Pullman by Philip D Hawkins

46248 'City of Leeds' Coronation Class 4-6-2 Willesden MPD 25 June 1964. This was the sorry condition of these once proud and polished express engines at the end of their lives at this time. Photo by Barry Austin

46248 'City of Leeds' Coronation Class 4-6-2 Willesden MPD 25 June 1964. This was the sorry condition of these once proud and polished express engines at the end of their lives at this time. Photo by Barry Austin

King’s Cross Station in London. It shows the driver, Bill Sparshatt (left), and his fireman, R Webster. The picture was taken on the day of the record-breaking 100-mph run between London and Leeds. 30 November 1934

King’s Cross Station in London. It shows the driver, Bill Sparshatt (left), and his fireman, R Webster. The picture was taken on the day of the record-breaking 100-mph run between London and Leeds. 30 November 1934

45647 'Sturdee'. LMSR "Jubilee" class 4-6-0 at Leeds(City). 12 July 1964. Photo by Ricsrailpics

45647 'Sturdee'. LMSR "Jubilee" class 4-6-0 at Leeds(City). 12 July 1964. Photo by Ricsrailpics

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