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1838 North Star replica of the broad gauge loco Swindon Steam

1838 North Star replica of the broad gauge loco Swindon Steam

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Replica of Great Western Rly 2-2-2 North Star, Swindon Steam Museum

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Replica of 1837 'North Star' broad gauge steam locomotive at the Steam Museum of

Broad gauge locomotive 'North Star' at the Railway Museum, Swindon, Wiltshire,

Replica broard Gauge NORTH STAR steam loco in STEAM museum Swindon UK - Stock Image

Great Western Railway North Star at Swindon

Replica of broad gauge locomotive North Star in GWR Steam museum Swindon UK - Stock Image

... Great Western railway (UK) - GWR broad gauge 2-2-2 steam

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... Great Western railway (UK) - GWR broad gauge 2-2-2 steam

2-2-2 Fire Fly Broad Gauge Replica Loco. Didcot Railway Centre and

Replica of an historic early broad gauge steam locomotive NORTH STAR on display in STEAM museum

North Star next to 68633 in the National Railway Museum at York – 2005 ...

2-2-2 Fire Fly Broad Gauge Replica Loco. Didcot Railway Centre and

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Some parts of the locomotive were saved however and incorporated in a replica built at Swindon

This is North Star at Swindon, the oldest of the replicas and which incorporates some parts of the original which was originally preserved and then scrapped ...

England, Wiltshire, Swindon, Great Western Railway Museum aka Steam, Statue of Isambard

However, the railways on which the earliest British locomotives worked were designed to carry coal

Museum of the Great Western Railway. Swindon England.The 'North Star' Steam

South Devon Railway Argo

England, Wiltshire, Swindon, Great Western Railway Museum aka Steam, Statue of Isambard

GWR Charles Tayleur locomotives

Replica of Adler at Fürth, May 2008

... three more broad gauge locos, the first 'Tiny' at Buckfastleigh is an original, the second 'Firefly' and third "Iron Duke" at Didcot are replicas (the ...

Back in time on the Bluebell Railway... | by daveayers17

Replica of 'Le Belge' 1835

Aycliffe Quarry Foden Rail Car, Old Trains, Steam Engine, Trens, Transportation,

British steam locomotives, 1801-1855

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Model of a Firefly Class locomotive (model broad gauge 2-2-2)

GWR 481 Class

GWR Star Class 'North Star', Broad Gauge Replica - North Star arrived at Maidenhead Bridge by barge on 28 November 1837; on 31 May 1838 it worked … | z

North of Carlisle before 1923, London & North Western locomotives would have been taken off

Welsh 0-6-2T locomotives

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Rover Class 'Bulkeley' by Armstrong at Swindon Works. The last Broad Gauge on mainline service

If only Rendel had got the job instead of Walker – then we might still have a working broad gauge railway! The picture below was taken during the visit ...

GWR engine 'Argus'.jpg

The locomotive "Pioneer" in service on the Cumberland Valley Railroad in the 1880s or

GWR Star Class 'North Star', Broad Gauge Replica - North Star arrived at Maidenhead Bridge by barge on 28 November 1837; on 31 May 1838 it worked … | z

Indeed, partly due to the development of steam powered sanding gear to increase adhesion,

The South Devon Railway 2-4-0 locomotives were small 2-4-0T broad gauge locomotives operated on the South Devon Railway, mainly on its branch lines such as ...

The original "Jenny Lind" locomotive, 1847.

Bristol and Exeter Railway 4-2-4T locomotives

... three more broad gauge locos, the first 'Tiny' at Buckfastleigh is an original, the second 'Firefly' and third "Iron Duke" at Didcot are replicas (the ...

Broad Gauge Engines of the Great Western Railway

GWR Star Class 'North Star', Broad Gauge Replica - North Star arrived at Maidenhead Bridge by barge on 28 November 1837; on 31 May 1838 it worked … | z

Replica of Fire Fly

Railway locomotives introduced in 1863

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The replica "Iron Duke" is normally based at the National Railway Museum at York

GWR Hawthorn Class Broad Gauge 2-4-0 'Bury' built by Stothert

Stanier Mogul number 13263 heads a train of iron wagons round the curve to the west of Bucks Hill, crossing the occupation overbridge.

Broad Gauge At Paddington Vintage GWR Railway Print Don Breckon 1986 DBGWR#77

No. 2601, the Kruger 4-6-0

Didcot Railway Centre

The two Broad Gauge Locomotives Falcon and Hawthorn. November 1981. - Stock Image

This particular Collett King class 4-6-0 was built at Swindon at the end of July 1930, and all members of the class were modified with 4-row superheaters ...

GWR 6000 Class 6000 King George V

Fortunately for God's Wonderful Railway, Brunel made no more forays into locomotive articulation but appointed

George Jackson Churchward (1902-1922)[edit]

GWR Star Class 'North Star', Broad Gauge Replica - North Star arrived at Maidenhead Bridge by barge on 28 November 1837; on 31 May 1838 it worked … | z

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SAN JOSE, CA Southern Pacific BROAD GAUGE RAILROAD DEPOT c1910s Train Postcard

Rover Class Emperor(A large scale model in STEAM Museum)

On January 1st 1948, the former 'Big Four' railway companies: London North Eastern Railway (LNER); London Midland & Scottish Railway (LMSR); Great Western ...

GWR 6959 Class

GWR 2600 'Aberdare' Class [hide] Type and origin Power type Steam Designer William Dean Build date 1900–1907 Total produced 80 [hide] Specifications ...

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Kevin has now taken delivery of this B.R. liveried M7 0-4-4T and it's the only pic I have from this session. The original locomotive was finished at Nine ...

POSTCARD LORD OF THE ISLES - THE BROAD GAUGE PERIOD 1838-1892

... three more broad gauge locos, the first 'Tiny' at Buckfastleigh is an original, the second 'Firefly' and third "Iron Duke" at Didcot are replicas (the ...

Steam locomotive City of Truro - Stock Image

Iron Duke Class Hirondelle

2015 marked the 50th anniversary since the birth of the Severn Valley Railway Association on 6 July 1965. Special events were staged during both years to ...

GWR 1901 Class

GWR Star Class 'North Star', Broad Gauge Replica - North Star arrived at Maidenhead Bridge by barge on 28 November 1837; on 31 May 1838 it worked … | z

2015 marked the 50th anniversary since the birth of the Severn Valley Railway Association on 6 July 1965. Special events were staged during both years to ...

16 A model of the Castle class

Just as 2-2-2 "Great Western" had been the first locomotive

Fotografia e The Broad Gauge Society

Explanation by Hotspot Model. Stephensons rocket Steam engine

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Great Western Railway locomotive 'Lord of the Isles', built on the broad gauge

This Collett 5600 class was introduced 1924. for service in the Welsh valleys. 0-6-2T No 5634 was built at Swindon at the end of September 1925. The loco is ...

class of 30 four-cylinder 4-6-0 locomotives

London & Birmingham Railway 2-2-0 Bury locomotive

Gwr Engines Reprints Of The Books

British Railways Driving Brake and Trailer Car; Class 101. Locomotives and Rolling Stock

In the UK, when the Great Western Railway was regauged, much of the rail was recycled and it is often still seen today used for fencing and 'boundary ...

Didcot Railway Centre - The former broad-gauge transfer shed is now used as a

Railway locomotives introduced in 1856

2015 marked the 50th anniversary since the birth of the Severn Valley Railway Association on 6 July 1965. Special events were staged during both years to ...

(Above-Below) Photographed in March 1951, the Large Prairie 2-6-2T No 8109 was a long-term resident at Leamington.

Hawthorn 2-4-0T Roberts