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Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: The New Great Western Railway Engine Caerphilly Castle on the occasion of demonstration

The New Great Western Railway Engine Caerphilly Castle on the occasion of demonstration
The New Great Western Railway Engine " Caerphilly Castle" on the occasion of demonstration of the New Automatic Train Control - 16 March 1931 ? TopFoto

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Winchmore Hill railtrack in January 1947

Winchmore Hill railtrack in January 1947

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Union Pacific Class Steam Locomotive 4-8-8-4 Wheel arrangement Big Boy Class

Union Pacific Class Steam Locomotive 4-8-8-4 Wheel arrangement Big Boy Class Designation First of type built in 1941 for freight service. Locomotive and string of PFE cars in Echo Canyon Utah

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Wharncliffe Viaduct Hanwell

Wharncliffe Viaduct Hanwell

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Rain, Steam and Speed - 1844 Great Western Railway by Turner National Gallery Joseph

Rain, Steam and Speed - 1844 Great Western Railway by Turner National Gallery Joseph Mallord William Turner (born in Covent Garden, London on April 23, 1775 (exact date disputed), died December 19

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Stainless steel steam locomotive as challenger of diesel electrics

Stainless steel steam locomotive as challenger of diesel electrics. The new stainless steel steam locomotive has been introduced on the Burlington Railroad in America to battle with diesel electric

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Union Pacific Pacific Class Steam Locomotive 4-6-2 wheel arrangement P Class designation

Union Pacific Pacific Class Steam Locomotive 4-6-2 wheel arrangement P Class designation First of type built in 1904 for passenger service

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: The last Flying Scotsman run to Edinburgh

The last Flying Scotsman run to Edinburgh. The Flying Scotsman steam locomotive sets off from Kings Cross Station, London to attempt a non-stop run to Edinburgh

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Crewe Station started service on 4 July 1837 with the opening of the Grand Junction Railway

Crewe Station started service on 4 July 1837 with the opening of the Grand Junction Railway. The purpose of this railway was to link the four largest cities of England by joining the existing

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: The Rocket - this locomotive was built by George Stevenson at Newcastle-on-Tyne in

The Rocket - this locomotive was built by George Stevenson at Newcastle-on-Tyne in 1829 to compete for a prize of ?500 offered by the directors of the Liverpool

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Hells Gate, Fraser River Canyon : Where a mighty torrent, churned into foam, seeks

Hells Gate, Fraser River Canyon : Where a mighty torrent, churned into foam, seeks channel to the sea

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: The last train in England to have a man walk in front waving a red flag, through

The last train in England to have a man walk in front waving a red flag, through the streets of Dover in Kent. 1950 s

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Working shaft in the Kilsby Tunnel 8 July 1937 The tunnel is located near the village

Working shaft in the Kilsby Tunnel 8 July 1937 The tunnel is located near the village of Kilsby in Northamptonshire and opened in 1838 as a part of the London and Birmingham Railway

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: The Bournemouth belle, s R All Pullman Luxary Train, London to Bournemouth passing

The Bournemouth belle, s R All Pullman Luxary Train, London to Bournemouth passing
The Bournemouth belle,s R All Pullman Luxary Train, London to Bournemouth passing through the New Forest 7 July 1931

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Steam Train Mastodout (?) Italy nineteenth century

Steam Train Mastodout (?) Italy nineteenth century

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: The Station Masters Office Paddington Station 1852-4 by Isambard Kingdom Brunel

The Station Masters Office Paddington Station 1852-4 by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and M D Wyatt

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Stephensons Rocket. 1829

Stephensons Rocket. 1829

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Steam train Scotland

Steam train Scotland

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Model of Blenkinsons locomotive 1812 (right side) - John Blenkinsop (1783-1831) was

Model of Blenkinsons locomotive 1812 (right side) - John Blenkinsop (1783-1831) was an English mining engineer and an inventor in the area of steam locomotives

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: The Mallard, the fastest train in the world

The Mallard, the fastest train in the world

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: The Flying Scotsman leaving Kings Cross on the first non stop run to Edinburgh May

The Flying Scotsman leaving Kings Cross on the first non stop run to Edinburgh May 1st 1928 vintage stills archive picture library stock photographic

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Crewe Station started service on 4 July 1837 with the opening of the Grand Junction Railway

Crewe Station started service on 4 July 1837 with the opening of the Grand Junction Railway. The purpose of this railway was to link the four largest cities of England by joining the existing

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: The Flying Scotsman picking up water at Knebworth

The Flying Scotsman picking up water at Knebworth
The " Flying Scotsman" picking up water at Knebworth. (No 4472) vintage stills archive picture library stock photographic

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Testing electrified railway lines by steam train in Swanley, Kent. 1938

Testing electrified railway lines by steam train in Swanley, Kent. 1938

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Mechanical excavators loading chalk directly onto railway trucks for the short run

Mechanical excavators loading chalk directly onto railway trucks for the short run to the cement works. 24th September 1949

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: The coffin of Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria, at Vienna Railway Station. January 30th 1889

The coffin of Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria, at Vienna Railway Station. January 30th 1889, found in a hunting lodge at Meyerling, the bodies of the Rodolphe archduke

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: The Great Western 1846 Drawn by Lane

The Great Western 1846 Drawn by Lane

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Wales. The railway at Festiniog and the statioon at Tan-y-Bwlch. 1880

Wales. The railway at Festiniog and the statioon at Tan-y-Bwlch. 1880

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: The Opening of the Liverpool & Manchester Railway September 15th 1830

The Opening of the Liverpool & Manchester Railway September 15th 1830 with the Moorish Arch at Edge Hill as it appeared on that day

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Steam train, Russia, pre-revolutionary

Steam train, Russia, pre-revolutionary
Steam train, Imperial Russia, pre-revolutionary TopFoto

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Two Farewell to Steam trains were run by Briitsh Raill to mark the end of the steam

Two Farewell to Steam trains were run by Briitsh Raill to mark the end of the steam
Two " Farewell to Steam" trains were run by Briitsh Raill to mark the end of the steam era on Southern Region. The Orient Line

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Chat Moss threatened the completion of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, until

Chat Moss threatened the completion of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, until George Stephenson succeeded in constructing a railway line through it in 1829; his solution was to "

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: An overview of the Richborough Train Ferry on the east coast of Kent showing the ramp between boat

An overview of the Richborough Train Ferry on the east coast of Kent showing the ramp between boat and land

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Re opening the Festiniog Railway which run from Portmadoo through 27miles of beautiful

Re opening the Festiniog Railway which run from Portmadoo through 27miles of beautiful welsh countryside. The first train after 20 years 6th June 1957

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: The Diesel Electric Locomotive ( DMS Railway ) pulling out of Euston Station

The Diesel Electric Locomotive ( DMS Railway ) pulling out of Euston Station. Also in the picture is one of the latest type of LMS Locomotive 18th December 1947

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: View of a train on the perilous railway track on Mount Washington. 19th century

View of a train on the perilous railway track on Mount Washington. 19th century

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: First World War Nation of Shopkeepers : people from all walks of life join up

First World War Nation of Shopkeepers : people from all walks of life join up in the army to become soldiers, cheerful troops on board a steam train

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Trainspotters Club outing Young members of the trainspotters club gather around

Trainspotters Club outing Young members of the trainspotters club gather around the steam locomotives. 1949

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Three men standing in a tunnel, these men have just begun to bore one of three tunnels

Three men standing in a tunnel, these men have just begun to bore one of three tunnels through the rugged Wasatch Mountains

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Underground Extension Works - The scene at Leytonstone during the extension of

Underground Extension Works - The scene at Leytonstone during the extension of
" Underground" Extension Works - The scene at Leytonstone during the extension of the Central London Line to Newbury Park - 13 October 1937 ? TopFoto

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Steam Train

Steam Train

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: The Mallard, the fastest train in the world, at Nine Elms astation

The Mallard, the fastest train in the world, at Nine Elms astation. Two engine cleaners pause to look at it. It is moved by road to the Museum of British Transport at Clapham, South London

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Paymasters car at Blue Creek Station. From 250 in 1865 the construction forces grew to 10

Paymasters car at Blue Creek Station. From 250 in 1865 the construction forces grew to 10, 000 by completion of the transcontinental railroad in 1869. About one in four were track layers

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Santa Fe type built by Baldwin Locomotive Works 1917

Santa Fe type built by Baldwin Locomotive Works 1917

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: The Bournemouth belle, s R All Pullman Luxury Train, London to Bournemouth passing

The Bournemouth belle, s R All Pullman Luxury Train, London to Bournemouth passing
The Bournemouth belle,s R All Pullman Luxury Train, London to Bournemouth passing through the New Forest 7 July 1931

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: A Leeds miner and Bienkinsop loco (aquatint)

A Leeds miner and Bienkinsop loco (aquatint)

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: Hedley model for testing adhesion

Hedley model for testing adhesion

Background imageGolden Age of Trains Collection: The Atlantic Coast Express in South Devon

The Atlantic Coast Express in South Devon
The " Atlantic Coast Express " in South Devon



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