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View of famous streamlined steam locomotive "Mallard" at the Doncaster Works in 1964 Steam Trains Uk, Old Steam Train, Work Train, Train Art, Diesel Locomotive, Steam Locomotive, Heritage Railway, Steam Railway, Train Pictures

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Giant Side Loading lorry, Railway loco 'Mallard' and Professor Piccard's Submarine.

Steam Train Painting by Howard Fogg - The Inter 4468 Steam Locomotive and Railroad Roundhouse 24 Train Posters, Railway Posters, Train Wallpaper, Rail Transport, Steam Railway, Bonde, Train Art, Train Pictures, Train Journey

The Inter 4468 Steam Locomotive and Railroad Roundhouse 24 Howard_Fogg_Art_Train_Painting_SHHC017(1)

Art Train Journeys : Steam Train Painting by Howard Fogg - The Inter 4468 Steam Locomotive and Railroad Roundhouse 24

Poster produced for British Railways(BR), Eastern Region (ER), promoting the The Queen of Scots pullman service from Kings Cros Station, London to Queen Street Station, Glasgow each weekday. The poster shows the 'Queen of Scots' locomotive travelling at s Posters Uk, Train Posters, Railway Posters, Cool Posters, Retro Poster, Poster Ads, Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Trains

Great Britain - Queen of Scots Pullman Train British Railways Poster

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LNER Pacific class Mallard on Sunday 3 July 1938 reached an unbeaten steam locomotive world-record speed of 126 mph, photo courtesy of National Railway Museum & BBC-Tyneside -- 070810 Mallard Train, Uk Rail, National Railway Museum, Steam Railway, Train Art, British Rail, Old Trains, Train Engines, Steam Locomotive

LNER 4-6-2 ‘Mallard’, 4 July 1938 & Some British Steam Galleries

by Engineman Wook First of all, lest I forget, July 4th marked the seventy-second anniversary in England of the 1938 steam locomotive world speed-record of 126.4 mph, set by LNER 4-6-2 locomotive &…

Mallard is thought to have been plucked from the pack because it was one of the newest locomotives and was fitted with a new performance exhaust, which Gresley wanted to test on the engine's home turf - the East Coast Mainline near Grantham. Flying Scotsman, Steam Railway, Train Art, Performance Exhaust, British Rail, Hill Station, Mallard, Steam Engine, Steam Locomotive

The Mallard in pictures: The world's fastest steam locomotive's 75th anniversary

The Mallard, the world's fastest steam locomotive's 75th anniversary. For no more than a couple of minutes on July 3 1938, Mallard thundered along at speeds that have remained unmatched by any steam locomotive for three-quarters of a century.

The world speed record for a steam railway locomotive was set in England by the Mallard 78 years ago Mallard Train, East Coast Main Line, Union Of South Africa, Foto Top, Flying Scotsman, National Railway Museum, Steam Railway, British Rail, Speed Dating

When the Mallard made history

The world speed record for a steam railway locomotive was set in England by the Mallard 78 years ago

'Mallard' steam locomotive, no Built in Doncaster Mallard Train, Train Museum, Diesel, Steam Railway, Train Art, Old Trains, Train Engines, Rolling Stock, Electric

Image of 'mallard' 4-6-2 steam locomotive, no 4468, by Science & Society Picture Library

Image of 'mallard' 4-6-2 steam locomotive, no 4468, by Science & Society Picture Library View and buy rights managed stock photos at Science & Society Picture Library.

Cooperline: A portfolio of the transport art and photography of W. Cooper and the artwork of D. Steam Art, Flying Scotsman, Nostalgic Art, Train Art, Train Pictures, Engineering Technology, Train Tickets, Commercial Vehicle, Steam Engine

Dave Cooper | Transport Photography | Based In York, Yorkshire

Cooperline: A portfolio of the transport art and photography of W.D. and G.S. Cooper and the artwork of D.P.Cooper

Number 4468 Mallard in York. Number 4468 Mallard is a London and North Eastern Railway Class Pacific steam locomotive built at Doncaster, England in It is historically significant as the holder of the world speed record for steam locomotives. Mallard Train, National Railway Museum, Abandoned Train, Bonde, Train Art, Train Pictures, Old Trains, Train Engines, Train Layouts

A Little of Everything.

revoltagainsttime: “ Number 4468 Mallard is a London and North Eastern Railway Class A44-6-2 Pacific steam locomotive built at Doncaster, England in 1938. It is historically significant because it is...

The London Northern Eastern Railway Pacific Class designed by Sir Nigel Gresley in the This particular example No. 4468 Mallard claimed the world speed mph) for a steam locomotive on the of July National Railway Museum, National Museum, Diesel Punk, Train Pictures, Best Funny Pictures, Rail Transport, Class Design, Rolling Stock, Train Car

LNER A4 4468 Mallard - NRM, York

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National Railway Museum: Paul Routledge joins in celebrations for anniversary of 4468 Mallard breaking world speed record National Railway Museum, New Mods, Steam Railway, Mallard, Steam Engine, Steam Locomotive, Old Photos, Past, Around The Worlds

National Railway Museum: Paul Routledge joins in celebrations for 75th anniversary of 4468 Mallard breaking world speed record

Six members of Sir Nigel Gresley’s A4 Pacific class are on display on York

The celebrated record-breaking LNER Gresley class Pacific No. 'Mallard' (built withdrawn preserved at the National Railway Museum, York) passes Waterloo Power Box as it arrives from Exeter, on a. National Railway Museum, Steam Railway, British Rail, Train Engines, Mallard, Steam Engine, Steam Locomotive, Historical Pictures, Dieselpunk

'Mallard' enters Waterloo on the... © Ben Brooksbank cc-by-sa/2.0

The celebrated record-breaking LNER Gresley A4 class Pacific No. E22 'Mallard' (built 3/38, withdrawn 4/63; preserved at the National Railway Museum, York) passes Waterloo Power Box as it arrives from Exeter, on a... more

 LNER steam locomotive 'Mallard' Pacific class, No 1938 -National Railway Museum Train Museum, British National, National Railway Museum, Abandoned Train, Road Train, British Rail, Science Museum, Train Layouts, Mallard

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The National Railway Museum in York is the largest railway museum in the world, attracting almost 1 million visitors per year.