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7 Cylinder Radial Steam Engine - The Build - YouTube

7 Cylinder Radial Steam Engine - The Build - YouTube

40044 (ex D244) stands in the bay platforms at Manchester Victoria on 28th Aug 1984. Built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry and delivered on 9th Nov 1959. Withdrawn on 22nd Jan 1985 and cut up at Crewe Works on 29th Feb 1988.

40044 (ex D244) stands in the bay platforms at Manchester Victoria on 28th Aug 1984. Built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry and delivered on 9th Nov 1959. Withdrawn on 22nd Jan 1985 and cut up at Crewe Works on 29th Feb 1988.

Classics Trains magazine photo of the day: "Norfolk & Western 0-8-0 No. 244, pictured brand-new at Roanoke Shops in December 1953, was the last reciprocating steam locomotive built for service in the U.S." (N photo)

Classics Trains magazine photo of the day: "Norfolk & Western 0-8-0 No. 244, pictured brand-new at Roanoke Shops in December 1953, was the last reciprocating steam locomotive built for service in the U.S." (N photo)

RailPictures.Net Photo: UTAH 303 Utah Railway Company Alco RSD-4 at Helper, Utah by James Belmont

RailPictures.Net Photo: UTAH 303 Utah Railway Company Alco RSD-4 at Helper, Utah by James Belmont

MV Sofala built by Henry Robb at Leith for the British, India Steam & Nav. Co. & handed over 30/10/47. 1.031GRT, length 244.7ft, beam 36ft & draught 14ft. Twin screws powered by 2 x BritishPolar 2S SA 5 cylinder engines gave 12Kn. Built for the East African Coastal Trades, she had 4 work boats aft to assist in cargo working at Roadstead ports, WW II taken over by Admiralty to carry cased petrol. Returned to BI after war. '55 sold & renamed Voorloper. '68 renamed Sincere Orient. Scrapped '93

MV Sofala built by Henry Robb at Leith for the British, India Steam & Nav. Co. & handed over 30/10/47. 1.031GRT, length 244.7ft, beam 36ft & draught 14ft. Twin screws powered by 2 x BritishPolar 2S SA 5 cylinder engines gave 12Kn. Built for the East African Coastal Trades, she had 4 work boats aft to assist in cargo working at Roadstead ports, WW II taken over by Admiralty to carry cased petrol. Returned to BI after war. '55 sold & renamed Voorloper. '68 renamed Sincere Orient. Scrapped '93

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