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https://flic.kr/p/bcM8NK | LNER A4 Diagram

Bold, beautiful and faster than anything steam-powered on Earth. The story of the London and North Eastern Railway Pacifics is brought to us by LNER Encyclo…

RailPictures.Net Photo: PRR 4879 Pennsylvania Railroad GG-1 at Boonton, New Jersey by Carl Perelman

Net Photo: PRR 4879 Pennsylvania Railroad at Boonton, New Jersey by Carl Perelman

Controls and instruments on the footplate of the steam locomotive B 3/4 # 1367 of SBB Historic in Airolo. Electrolocomotive Ae 6/6 # 11411 "Zug" is coupled in front, to pull the steamer through the 15 kilometer long Gotthard tunnel to Göschenen.

Controls and instruments on the footplate of the steam locomotive B # 1367 of SBB Historic in Airolo. Electrolocomotive Ae # 11411 "Zug" is coupled in front, to pull the steamer through the 15 kilometer long Gotthard tunnel to Göschenen.

Time for Throwback Thursday. Norfolk and Western Class J No. 611 rolled out of the Roanoke East End Shops on May 29, 1950, at a cost of $251,344. No. 611 was one of fourteen Class J passenger steam locomotives built for the Norfolk and Western Railway between 1941 and 1950 and the only one in existence today. Its powerful 4-8-4 wheel configuration and 494,000-pound stature allowed the 611 to pull 15-car passenger trains—like the Powhatan Arrow, Pocahontas, and Cavalier—at speeds up to 110…

Time for Throwback Thursday. Norfolk and Western Class J No. 611 rolled out of the Roanoke East End Shops on May 29, 1950, at a cost of $251,344. No. 611 was one of fourteen Class J passenger steam locomotives built for the Norfolk and Western Railway between 1941 and 1950 and the only one in existence today. Its powerful 4-8-4 wheel configuration and 494,000-pound stature allowed the 611 to pull 15-car passenger trains—like the Powhatan Arrow, Pocahontas, and Cavalier—at speeds up to 110…

Locomotoras General Electric Evolution Series

Locomotoras General Electric Evolution Series

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Levy & Sons accident at the gare montparnasse

L’Accident à la Gare Montparnasse

Famous photo: October 1895 after Granville-to-Paris Express plowed through the wall of the Gare Montparnasse, Train Station, Paris, France whoops.

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London and North Eastern Railway Class - Number 4468 Mallard is a LNER Class Pacific steam locomotive built in the and designed by Gresley. A wind-tunnel tested, aerodynamic body allowed it to reach speeds of over

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