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The Locomotive Sheds at Brighton Station. Brighton And Hove, Brighton Rock, Brighton Sussex, Brighton And Hove, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Southern Railways, Steam Railway, Ticket To Ride, Great Western

The Locomotive Sheds at Brighton Station

The Locomotive Sheds at Brighton Station. Brighton And Hove, c1900.

 Built at Swindon Works in 5700 class, GWR No. 4624 continued in service until Weymouth Harbour, Portland Dorset, Dorset Coast, Old Train Station, Disused Stations, Steam Railway, British Rail, Model Train Layouts, Steam Locomotive

Easton Station, Isle of Portland, Dorset

c. 1954. Built at Swindon Works in 1942: 5700 class, 0-6-0PT, GWR No. 4624 continued in service until 1964.

Mind the gap: ROBERT HARDMAN climbs aboard an original steam-powered London Underground train as it prepares to host a group of VIPs to mark its anniversary London Underground Train, London Transport Museum, Choo Choo Train, Steam Railway, Great Western, Steam Locomotive, Model Trains, Great Britain, Transportation

Mind the 150-year gap: ROBERT HARDMAN climbs aboard an original steam-powered London Underground train as it prepares to host a group of VIPs to mark its anniversary

As an international crowd of VIPs prepares to recreate the very first London Underground journey to mark its 150th birthday, our writer celebrates the feat of engineering genius.

Brian Owen 1950-2013It was with surprise and regret that I learned of the untimely death of Brian Owen in late 2013. I worked with Brian on various railway preservation projects for a number of years in the 1970s and 1980s. Most notably, Brian facilitated the preservation of Sentinel 9622 'Swansea Vale No. 1' and Andrew Barclay 1385 'Rosyth No.1' under Railway Club of Wales auspices. This was at a time when standard gauge preservation was still in its infancy, so he became one of the… Liverpool Docks, Steam Railway, Standard Gauge, Old Trains, Steamers, Infancy, Steam Engine, Steam Locomotive, South Wales

Brian Owen 1950-2013 - Phil Trotter

Midland Railway 0-4-0T no.41535 takes water at Burrows Lodge Yard in June 1964. The Midland Railway 1528 Class was a class of small 0-4-0Ts designed for shunting. Ten were built in two batches - the first five (Nos 1528-33 in 1907) and the second five, 1534-7 in 1921-1922, with detail differences between the batches. After nationalisation in 1948, British Railways added 40000 to their numbers to become 41528-37. Photo: Brian Owen

Semi-articulated Locomotives Part 1 Old Trains, Steam Engine, Steam Locomotive, Diesel Engine, Model Trains, Abandoned, Engineering, Travel, Trains

Semi-articulated Locomotives Part 1

Semi-articulated Locomotives Part 1

  Steam Trains Uk, Steam Railway, Railway Museum, Steamers, Steam Engine, Film Camera, Locomotive, Bridges, It Works

Grantham 34F.

69549 at Grantham shed 7th May 1961. Built by the North British Loco Co Works No 22626 as GNR No 1770 in April 1921 she was withdrawn in September 1961 and scrapped at Doncaster in October 1961. Photo details Negative scan Ilford HP3 Film Camera Ensign Selfix 820.

W G Bagnall Works No 2996 Victor No 403 – Preserved British Steam Locomotives Steam Art, Cardboard Model, Old Steam Train, Train Truck, Steam Railway, Railway Museum, British Rail, Rolling Stock, Steam Engine

W G Bagnall Works No 2996 Victor No 403 0-6-0ST

Introduced1951DesignerHarold WoodCompanyW G BagnallWeightt cwtDriving Wheels4ft 3inBoiler PressurepsiCylindersOutside – 18in x 24inTractive Effort25,250lbfValve GearWalschaert (piston valve) This l…

SR W Class steam locomotive class – Lost Class Southern Trains, Work Train, Southern Railways, Steam Railway, Railroad Photography, Railway Posters, Engine Types, Steam Engine, Steam Locomotive

SR W Class steam locomotive class – Lost Class

Transporting various freight traffic around London yards on difficult lines, the W Class was specially designed for handling these trains.

A view of the erecting shop of the Avonside Engine Company taken in the early century. Thomas The Tank, Rolling Stock, Steam Locomotive, Exeter, Bristol, Trains, Toronto, Engineering, Bath

Portbury

A history of Avonside No.1764 ‘Portbury’ The Makers By 1838, construction of the Great Western Railway linking Bristol and London was underway and there were plans for further lines to …