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A Busy Day at the Bure Valley Railway

Steam Locomotive, Norfolk, Journey, Trains, Steel, The Journey

Dukedog #9017 rushes under Three Arch bridge on the Bluebell Railway.

Dukedog no 9017 rushes under Three Arch bridge on the Bluebell Railway.

Friar Tuck, operated by the Severn and Wye Valley Railway, later the Severn and Wye Joint Railway on purchase, after bankruptcy, by a joint GWR and MR venture

Friar Tuck, operated by the Severn and Wye Valley Railway, later the Severn and Wye Joint Railway on purchase, after bankruptcy, by a joint GWR and MR venture

BW photograph from 1935 vintage steam train di theStoryOfVintage

BW photograph from vintage steam train engine, train workshop, the Pacific train engine, train construction

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"Twizell with a Santa Train"--- The World's Oldest Railway 1725 Industrial Steam Railway Heritage in Tyneside North East England, by dave via Views

LNWR Class A 0-8-0 3-Cyl. Compound

LNWR Class A 0-8-0 3-Cyl. Compound

5-1904-london-south-western-railway-steam-railcar-phil-marsh-collection.jpg (653×336)

5-1904-london-south-western-railway-steam-railcar-phil-marsh-collection.jpg (653×336)

@ Melinda,  Trains - 16

Wales-based father and son team Robin and Taliesin Coombes are dedicated to capturing the beauty of the railways in their dramatic and visually captivating photographs. Through unique perspectives and strong compositions, the photography duo show their pa

Steam Locomotives of a More Leisurely Era 1897  4-2-2-0 London & South Western Railway

Steam Locomotives of a More Leisurely Era 1897 4-2-2-0 London & South Western Railway

Steam Locomotives of a More Leisurely Era 1897 London & South Western Railway

MLR PMV Standard Brake 1867 & PMV Standard Trailer 2084 Coaches - Our coaches have been built in house using old Southern ‘PMV’ parcels vans. This has provided us with small coaches suitable for our line and in keeping with the workers ‘paddy train’ or light railway style train appearance more appropriate to our locomotives Our coach fleet is formed of the following Southern PMVs, 1867 (Standard Brake), 2084 (Standard Trailer)

MLR PMV Standard Brake 1867 & PMV Standard Trailer 2084 Coaches - Our coaches have been built in house using old Southern ‘PMV’ parcels vans. This has provided us with small coaches suitable for our line and in keeping with the workers ‘paddy train’ or light railway style train appearance more appropriate to our locomotives Our coach fleet is formed of the following Southern PMVs, 1867 (Standard Brake), 2084 (Standard Trailer)

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