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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 Withdrawn on 22nd Jan 1985 and cut up at Crewe Works on 29th Feb 1988.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 stands in the bay platforms at Manchester Victoria on Aug Built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry and delivered on Nov Withdrawn on Jan 1985 and cut up at Crewe Works on Feb

Western and Hymek, St Austell Viaduct, Cornwall.

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'3020 Cornwall', an early LNWR express locomotive (built 1847, as running circa 1890)

Photograph taken January 1905 Source old postcard London and North Western Railway (LNWR, L&NWR) was a British railway company between 1846 and London & North Western Railway No.

The London Steam Carriage was a steam-powered carriage built by Richard Trevithick in 1803. It was the world's first passenger- carrying vehicle that was not carried by an animal. It was just like a horse- drawn carriage with no need of the horse.

The London Steam Carriage was a steam-powered carriage built by Richard Trevithick in It was the world's first passenger- carrying vehicle that was not carried by an animal. It was just like a horse- drawn carriage with no need of the horse.

The evening sun illuminates the last daylight service to Helston as it leaves Gwinear Road behind D6339 on the 4.11pm to Helston. It would cross the 4.10pm from Helston at Nancegollan. Although the train service was relatively sparse, twice a day it would require two sets of loco/coaches/staff to operate it. 3Nov62 Copyright Mike Roach.

Helston Branch The idea of this section is to publish photographs of the Cornwall Railway scene before However, in the interests of continuity we might include a.

Railway Herald :: Imaging Centre :: 1604 at Dawlish

Railway Herald :: Imaging Centre :: 1604 at Dawlish

The St Ives Bay Line is a 4.25 miles (6.84 km) railway line from St Erth to St Ives in Cornwall. It was opened in 1877, the last broad gauge railway to be constructed in the country.

The St Ives Bay Line is a miles km) railway line from St Erth to St Ives in Cornwall. It was opened in the last broad gauge railway to be constructed in the country.

Time for a nice sleepy journey on the last service of the evening to Exeter from Waterloo. Class 33 No. 33 115 awaits the off for the steady 174 mile run on a damp summer night in the late 1970s.

Time for a nice sleepy journey on the last service of the evening to Exeter from Waterloo. Class 33 No. 33 115 awaits the off for the steady 174 mile run on a damp summer night in the late

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