SR V Schools class No. 925 Cheltenham - A class of steam locomotive designed by Richard Maunsell for the Southern Railway. The class was a cut down version of his Lord Nelson class but also incorporated components from Urie and Maunsell's LSWR/SR King Arthur class. It was the last locomotive in Britain to be designed with a 4-4-0 wheel arrangement, and was the most powerful class of 4-4-0 ever produced in Europe. All 40 of the class were named after English public schools.
Chesapeake & Ohio class H-8 LIMA built Allegheny 2-6-6-6 articulated steam locomotive # 1604, is seen on display at the railroad museum in Roanoke, Virginia, August 1985 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Series of events unveiled to mark Flying Scotsman's return
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Designed to flatten Shap with the heaviest trains, Staniers Countess class 4-8-2's were real giants, but remained a small class, as the smaller Duchesses were really all that was really needed.By Matthew Cousins