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The engine car of a tank-train. The front cylinder portion of it glows white-hot when the engine is being pushed too hard.

LNWR Claughton Class 4-6-0 by Cooke at Crewe Works Note the very interesting chassis

“London and North Western Railway Claughton class These Bowen Cooke design locos built at Crewe

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This is a very rare color photo of the Pennsylvania Railroad’s T1 duplex-drive locomotives. It is a builders portrait by Baldwin Locomotive Works from 1942.

This is a very rare color photo of the Pennsylvania Railroad’s duplex-drive locomotives. It is a builders portrait by Baldwin Locomotive Works from

LMS (GNSR) Drummond 137 class 4-4-0

A Drummond 137 Class of LMS at St. Built in 1915 for GSWR as No it was renumbered 325 in and became part of the LMS on grouping as 14516 where it was designated as Class by LMS. It was withdrawn in 1936

14673. A Manson 128 Class 4-6-0 of LMS, some time during the 1920's. Built for the G&SWR as No 128 in 1911, it was renumbered 512 in 1919, and became part of the LMS in 1923, who classed it as a Class 3P . The loco was withdrawn in 1933. PL

A Manson 128 Class of LMS, some time during the Built for the G&SWR as No 128 in it was renumbered 512 in and became part of the LMS in who classed it as a Class . The loco was withdrawn in PL

Midland Railway Johnson Class "1F" 0-6-0T No. 1708. (41708)

Midland Railway Johnson Class No.

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