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Immerse yourself in the nostalgia of steam trains in the UK. Discover the best routes and experiences for an unforgettable journey through picturesque landscapes.
The romance of a steam train, the quaint countryside stations, the scenery - you can't beat a day out to a heritage railway. Here are my favourite heritage railways to visit in the UK and abroad, including the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, the Swanage Railway, the Weardale Railway and Mail Rail in London. Take a look at these preserved railways and heritage lines and start planning a day out. #HeritageRailway #HeritageRailways #Trains #Travel European Travel, Wales, England, Wanderlust, Ireland, Heritage Railway, Steam Trains Uk, Train Travel, Train Rides

The romance of a steam train, the quaint countryside stations, the scenery - you can't beat a day out to a heritage railway. Here are my favourite heritage railways to visit in the UK and abroad, including the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, the Swanage Railway, the Weardale Railway and Mail Rail in London. Take a look at these preserved railways and heritage lines and start planning a day out. #HeritageRailway #HeritageRailways #Trains #Travel

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Loco #13065 - LMS Hughes Crab at Bolton Street. | East Lancs Railway March Steam Gala.  The London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) Hughes Crab or Horwich Mogul is a class of mixed traffic 2-6-0 steam locomotive built between 1926 and 1932. They are noted for their appearance with large highly-angled cylinders to accommodate a restricted loading gauge. These locomotives were referred to as "Crabs". Several authors have claimed that this refers to the re... Zug, British Rail, Steam Trains Uk, Steam Locomotive, Old Steam Train, Steamers, Old Trains, Locomotive, Steam Railway

East Lancs Railway March Steam Gala. The London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) Hughes Crab or Horwich Mogul is a class of mixed traffic 2-6-0 steam locomotive built between 1926 and 1932. They are noted for their appearance with large highly-angled cylinders to accommodate a restricted loading gauge. These locomotives were referred to as "Crabs". Several authors have claimed that this refers to the resemblance to a crab's pincers of the outside cylinders and valve motion. Another…

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