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Saxonia was the first German designed and built locomotive and ran on the Leipzig-Dresden Railway (LDE) in 1839 and was the first long distance journey.  Z Scale (1:220) by Railex.

Saxonia was the first German designed and built locomotive and ran on the Leipzig-Dresden Railway (LDE) in 1839 and was the first long distance journey. Z Scale (1:220) by Railex.

60056: Gresley A3 4-6-2 60056 'Centenary' at Kings Cross, August 1961. At this late stage, several of the class had been fitted with German-style smoke deflectors. Photo c/o Fotorus.

60056: Gresley A3 4-6-2 60056 'Centenary' at Kings Cross, August 1961. At this late stage, several of the class had been fitted with German-style smoke deflectors. Photo c/o Fotorus.

British Railways "Transport Age" magazine cover, showing DC electric locomotives, 1957. (Image by mikeyashworth, via Flickr.)

British Railways "Transport Age" magazine cover, showing DC electric locomotives, 1957. (Image by mikeyashworth, via Flickr.)

Locomotive 18 201 in red livery - DR 18 201 - Germany --- Since 1980 the locomotive has mainly been employed to haul heritage and special trains, often with a second tender, in order to be able to complete long-distance runs. . , the engine was repainted between 30 April 2002 and 10 July 2005 in a special red livery (RAL 3003, ruby red). Today she is once again painted in her traditional green colour (RAL 6020, chromium oxide green).

Locomotive 18 201 in red livery - DR 18 201 - Germany --- Since 1980 the locomotive has mainly been employed to haul heritage and special trains, often with a second tender, in order to be able to complete long-distance runs. . , the engine was repainted between 30 April 2002 and 10 July 2005 in a special red livery (RAL 3003, ruby red). Today she is once again painted in her traditional green colour (RAL 6020, chromium oxide green).

RailPictures.Net Photo: DB 01 1100 Deutsche Bundesbahn Steam 4-6-2 at Stuttgart, Germany -- Flames shoot out of the stack of oilburning Pacific 01 1100. The steam engine just had completed a fan trip from Nuremberg to Stuttgart and was tied up at Stuttgart. Upon restarting the oilburner flames shot through the tubes and eventually out of the stack. Look at the fireman leaning out of the window... That's quite a rare sight,

RailPictures.Net Photo: DB 01 1100 Deutsche Bundesbahn Steam 4-6-2 at Stuttgart, Germany -- Flames shoot out of the stack of oilburning Pacific 01 1100. The steam engine just had completed a fan trip from Nuremberg to Stuttgart and was tied up at Stuttgart. Upon restarting the oilburner flames shot through the tubes and eventually out of the stack. Look at the fireman leaning out of the window... That's quite a rare sight,

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