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  1. B.R. "West Country" Class Pacific.

    B.R. "West Country" Class Pacific.

    Photo taken at Loughborough Station on the preserved "Great Central Railway". Re-built "West Country" Class S.R. Pacific. c.1990's.
  2. Great Western Pannier Tank Loco

    Great Western Pannier Tank Loco

    Great Western Railway. Preserved "Pannier" Tank Loco. "Severn Valley Railway"., U.K. Photo: c.1990's.
  3. L.N.E.R. (B.R)., 'Thompson Pacific'.

    L.N.E.R. (B.R)., 'Thompson Pacific'.

    Taken whilst a young school-boy in the 1950's! Location near Grantham on the East Coast Main Line. One of the rather 'much-maligned' & somewhat 'ungainly' Edward Thompson designed Pacifics. Cylinders 'set back' after the front bogie - unlike the more 'balanced-looking' Gresley Pacifics. This...
  4. North York Moors U.K.

    North York Moors U.K.

    On a trip on the NYMR. Train hauled by "Southern Railway" 4-6-0. Beautiful scenery if ever you visit the U.K.....and York is near...See the National Railway Museum there!
  5. U.K. Brittania Class Pacific No.70049

    U.K. Brittania Class Pacific No.70049

    A rather ancient 'schoolboy photo' of mine of Pacific 70049 taken around 1960 in North Wales at Penmaenmawr Station. This is on the Crewe to Holyhead Main Line. The loco was in beautiful condition and was used on Express trains including the famous "Irish Mail". I am doing a Painting...
  6. L.N.W.R. Royal Coach -  detail.

    L.N.W.R. Royal Coach - detail.

    Wolverton Works, U.K., c.1980's.L.N.W.R. Royal Coach preserved. Note the real 'gold-leaf' paint! Also the wood carving detail!
  7. E.C.J.S. Heraldry again on Teak Coach.

    E.C.J.S. Heraldry again on Teak Coach.

    Crest on Teak Coach, York NRM. These were 'hand-painted!'.
  8. E.C.J.S. Heraldry on Teak Coach.

    E.C.J.S. Heraldry on Teak Coach.

  9. Wolverton Works U.K. c.1980's

    Wolverton Works U.K. c.1980's

    Photo I took at Wolverton Works c.1980's whilst on an "Education into Industry Course!". (I was then a Teacher).
  10. U.K. New-build Class A1 Pacific

    U.K. New-build Class A1 Pacific

    Front-End view of the Locomotive...detail from my Pencil-Drawing that I carried-out in 1994. (Locomotive is still under construction currently).
  11. New-build Class "A1".

    New-build Class "A1".

    Detail No.2 from my Pencil Study of the Locomotive.
  12. New-build Class "A1".

    New-build Class "A1".

    Detail No.1 from my PENCIL DRAWING. New "A1" Class Pacific being built at Darlington by the "A1 Steam Locomotive Trust". No.60163, "Tornado".
  13. U.K Class 57 Cab-Interior

    U.K Class 57 Cab-Interior

    Cab-Interior, Freightliner Class 57 Co-Co Diesel Electric loco. These locos re-built by "Brush Traction" with 're-conditioned GM engines' from former Class 47's. (This is a Pencil-Drawing which is part of a 'mixed-media' Study of the re-built loco).
  14. "9F" class 2-10-0 on Passenger"

    "9F" class 2-10-0 on Passenger"

    Summer of 1960....Llandudno Junction, North Wales. This 'work-worn' 2-10-0 (though not old) is seen hauling a 'Summer Excursion' train from the English Midlands to the Welsh Sea-side Resorts.These locomotives were capable of running at very high speeds on such trains, though 'officially'...
  15. "Cornishman" Express at Bristol.

    "Cornishman" Express at Bristol.

    This is one of my childhood b&wh photographs taken around c.1959 at Bristol Temple Meads Station. It depicts "Castle Class" 4-6-0 at the head of the "Cornishman Express"...."oh, those WERE the days!" (Apologies for photo quality..it's very old, like me!).
  16. "Mallard" :  Cab.

    "Mallard" : Cab.

    "L.N.E.R". Class "A4" Pacific, "Mallard"....cab view. Photo taken inside National Railway Museum, York, U.K.
  17. King Arthur's Motion

    King Arthur's Motion

    The Motion/Cross-Head, etc., on Preserved "King Arthur" Class 4-6-0. This loco belongs to The National Railway Museum, York, England. I took this photo when it was running on the "Great Central Railway", Loughborough, in recent years. (See a 'complete' photo of this engine...
  18. "Duchess of Hamilton"

    "Duchess of Hamilton"

    "Duchess of Hamilton" leaving the original Menai Straits Bridge, N.Wales, c.1960's. (From a Painting by myself). GUY.
  19. U.K., New dmu's

    U.K., New dmu's

    Two of the U.K's new diesel multiple-unit trains. Both built by Alstom (in the U.K).....Class 180 on the left for "1st Great Western", & Class 175 for "1st North Western". Both types fitted with Cummins engines. (This picture is a 'detail' from a Painting of mine). GUY.
  20. B.R./S.R. Pacific Nameplate

    B.R./S.R. Pacific Nameplate

    It's 're-built' S.R. Pacific "BOSCASTLE" again! This is the Nameplate.



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