L.N.E.R. STEAM - Featuring footage over 90 locomotives

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The brought some 6,550 locomotives into the possession of British Railways when it was created in 1948; only a handful survive today. However, they include what are probably the most famous of all steam engines, Sir Nigel Gresley’s immortal “Flying Scotsman” and “Mallard”, the latter being the fastest steam engine ever.

But steam locomotives were not all glamorous – humble freight engines and tank engines went about their everyday tasks and whilst we see plenty of the express Pacific, both today and yesterday , this programme also includes glimpses of how it used to be in the 1950’s and 1960’s.

LOCOMOTIVES FEATURED INCLUDE:
6000 “Union of South Africa” 4-6-2
2005 KI 2-6-0
4468 “Mallard” 4-6-2
506 “Butler Henderson” 4-4-0
4498 “Sir Nigel Gresley” 4-6-2
901 Q6 0-8-0
4472 “Flying Scotsman” 4-6-2
54 Y1 0-4-0T
532 “Blue Peter” 4-6-2
69023 “Joem” 0-6-0T
4771 “Green Arrow” 2-6-2
1247 J52 0-6-0T
1306 “Mayflower” 4-6-0
69523 N2 0-6-2T
3442 “The Great Marques” 2-6-0
69621 N7 0-6-2T
as well as many others.

Featuring archive and contemporary footage over 90 locomotives.
Running time: 53:40 minutes: From 53:40 to 59:30: black screen.

FROM AROUSA TREN RAILROAD FRIENDS COLLECTION (AROSA BAY/GALICIA/SPAIN). Educational purposes only. Not monetized.
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