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Boxhill - LBSCR 0-6-0T No 82 - The engine was restored by the Southern Railway to original condition (it had remained as an A1, not having been rebuilt as an A1X) and used at exhibitions, The National Railway Museum, York

Boxhill - LBSCR No 82 - The engine was restored by the Southern Railway to original condition (it had remained as an not having been rebuilt as an and used at exhibitions, The National Railway Museum, York

SR V Schools class No. 925 Cheltenham - A class of steam locomotive designed by Richard Maunsell for the Southern Railway. The class was a cut down version of his Lord Nelson class but also incorporated components from Urie and Maunsell's LSWR/SR King Arthur class. It was the last locomotive in Britain to be designed with a 4-4-0 wheel arrangement, and was the most powerful class of 4-4-0 ever produced in Europe. All 40 of the class were named after English public schools.

SR V Schools class No. 925 Cheltenham - A class of steam locomotive designed by…

Locomotive 563, London & South Western Railway, The National Railway Museum, Shildon

Locomotive London & South Western Railway, The National Railway Museum, Shildon

LSWR 'T9' Class 4-4-0, the Greyhounds!

LSWR 'T9' Class 4-4-0, the Greyhounds!

3440 Great Western Railway Steam 4-4-0 at Toddington, United Kingdom by Graham Williams. A view at the Glocs Warks Spring Gala in 2009. GWR Number 3440 City of Truro was designed by G.J.Churchward and built in 1903. It is one of the contenders for the first steam locomotive to travel over 100 miles per hour. Its maximum speed has been the subject of much debate over the years.

Net Photo: 3440 Great Western Railway Steam at Toddington, United Kingdom by Graham Williams

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Box Hill & Westhumble railway station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Didcot Railway Centre is a must-see for rail enthusiasts; Didcot is a short hop from Oxford by train.

The Didcot Railway Centre is a must-see for rail enthusiasts; Didcot is a short hop from Oxford by train.

News - Somerset & Dorset Railway Heritage Trust

The website of the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway

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