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The Locomotive is an A1X “Terrier” Class 0-6-0 tank engine No. 3 “Bodiam”, built in 1872 by the London, Brighton & South Coast Railway as No. 70 “Poplar” to a design by William Stroudley. © Ralph Tilley
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Iknow I have mentioned several times that this Sunday marks the fiftieth anniversary of the end of steam-hauled trains on the South Western Division of British Railways.
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B&W photos and history of Oliver Bulleid's ,plain ugly but powerful Q1 0-6-0 class WW2 austerity steam loco.
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Hurricane Camille washed out the Tye River Bridge on the Southern mainline causing detours through Front Royal, VA. Roger Puta was there and took these three photos. SOU FP7 6143 with Train 18, the Birmingham Special at Front Royal Jct., Front Royal, VA. Southern Train 17 at right clearing Train 18 on September 7, 1969. That conductor is sure watching that frog..
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The Crescent was Southern's flagship passenger train that began service in the late 1800s. It retained its original name until 1970.
I Hope some one can help,I am looking for photos of the old Hayling island wooden railway bridge. So far I have had little luck in finding any.There would...
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The Bluebell Railway’s Locomotives Operational Locomotives Locomotives under overhaul Locomotives on static display Bluebell Locomotives on loan elsewhere Locomotives formerly based on the Bluebell Locomotives which were formerly based on the Bluebell, but which have now moved on elsewhere LSWR “Greyhound” T9, No. 120 Class: T9 Wheels: 4-4-0 Built: 1899 Numbers carried: 120,[...] Read More
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