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LMS Stanier Class No 250 - No. 2500 was the first of the 37 express passenger tank locomotives designed specifically for the London Tilbury and Southend line of the London Midland & Scottish railway (LMS) as they were too powerful for mixed-traffic work. It was built in 1934 at LMS Crewe works, The National Railway Museum, York

LMS Stanier Class No 250 - No. 2500 was the first of the 37 express passenger tank locomotives designed specifically for the London Tilbury and Southend line of the London Midland & Scottish railway (LMS) as they were too powerful for mixed-traffic work. It was built in 1934 at LMS Crewe works, The National Railway Museum, York

LMS Class 4P "Stanier Tank" No 2500 - London Midland & Scottish Railway, 2-6-4T No 2500, designed by William Stanier, built at Derby in 1934, withdrawn in 1961. LMS Stanier Class 4P 3-Cylinder 2-6-4T is a class of steam locomotive designed for work over the London, Tilbury and Southend Railway. All 37 were built in 1934 at Derby Works and were numbered 2500–2536. The third cylinder was provided to allow increased acceleration between the many stops on the L.T.&S.R. line. From 1935 the LMS…

LMS Class 4P "Stanier Tank" No 2500 - London Midland & Scottish Railway, 2-6-4T No 2500, designed by William Stanier, built at Derby in 1934, withdrawn in 1961. LMS Stanier Class 4P 3-Cylinder 2-6-4T is a class of steam locomotive designed for work over the London, Tilbury and Southend Railway. All 37 were built in 1934 at Derby Works and were numbered 2500–2536. The third cylinder was provided to allow increased acceleration between the many stops on the L.T.&S.R. line. From 1935 the LMS…

47493  'JINTY' TANK ENGINE  LONDON MIDLAND & SCOTTISH RAILWAY

47493 'JINTY' TANK ENGINE LONDON MIDLAND & SCOTTISH RAILWAY

Vintage Locomotive Postcard, London, Tilbury, And Southend Railway, 'Thundersley'

Vintage Locomotive Postcard, London, Tilbury, And Southend Railway, 'Thundersley'

On February 15 1848 the Caledonian Railway company opened. The Caledonian Railway ran trains from London to Glasgow and was in fierce competition with the Edinburgh based North British Railway. Caledonian trains were painted a distinctive colour of blue, later called Caledonian blue, and carried the Royal Arms of Scotland on the trains. Later it became part of the London, Midland and Scottish group.

On February 15 1848 the Caledonian Railway company opened. The Caledonian Railway ran trains from London to Glasgow and was in fierce competition with the Edinburgh based North British Railway. Caledonian trains were painted a distinctive colour of blue, later called Caledonian blue, and carried the Royal Arms of Scotland on the trains. Later it became part of the London, Midland and Scottish group.

LMS 'Jubilee' 45596 Bahamas at RailFest, National Railway Museum (08/06/2012) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

LMS 'Jubilee' 45596 Bahamas at RailFest, National Railway Museum (08/06/2012) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

(4)2500 LMS 3-Cylindered Stanier 2-6-4T No 2500 pictured here on display at the National Railway Museum on the 3/08/2012.Photo by Mike Sargent

(4)2500 LMS 3-Cylindered Stanier 2-6-4T No 2500 pictured here on display at the National Railway Museum on the 3/08/2012.Photo by Mike Sargent

LNWR George V Class 4-4-0 by Cooke at Crewe Works

LNWR George V Class 4-4-0 by Cooke at Crewe Works

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LMS "Jubilee" Class 4-6-0 : 45690 Leander; this makes me think of The Little Engine That Could.

LMS "Jubilee" Class 4-6-0 : 45690 Leander; this makes me think of The Little Engine That Could.

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