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Settle to Carlisle railway line wins international accolade Featured Print

Settle to Carlisle railway line wins international accolade

The Scots Guardsman locomotive crosses the Ribblehead Viaduct at the start of this years Cumbrian Mountain Express service on the Settle to Carlisle railway line, which has been recognised as the second best spectacular railway journey in the World in the ABC American news Network top ten Great railway journeys.

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Transport - Heritage Railway - Bluebell Line's First Run - Sheffield Park, Sussex Featured Print

Transport - Heritage Railway - Bluebell Line's First Run - Sheffield Park, Sussex

Preparing the old locomotive Bluebell at Sheffield Park, Sussex, for reopening of the Bluebell Line. Paul Willis, 18, is on the loco and hands part of the funnel to Harold May, general manager of the new Bluebell Line. Also pictured is Albert Mills, permanent way inspector. The Bluebell Line, so called because it runs through 4-and-half-miles of the prettiest Sussex countryside, was closed by British Railways as uneconomic, but has been put back into working order by a group of enthusiasts. It will operate at weekends and in the summer. The locomotive Bluebell was formerly with the South Coast and Chatham Railway.

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Military - Royal Air Force - Lancaster Retirement - St. Mawgan Coastal Command Station, Cornwall Featured Print

Military - Royal Air Force - Lancaster Retirement - St. Mawgan Coastal Command Station, Cornwall

The Royal Air Force saying goodbye to the last of it's great fleet of Lancasters, the plane which bore the brunt of bombing operations in the last few years of WWII. Bomber pilots who had flown the Lancaster raids, and high ranking RAF officers attended as the plane flew away to the breakers yards. The four engined Lancaster D for Delta, was withdrawn from Bomber Command in 1953 and has since then been flown by crews from Coastal Command. The Lancaster Bombers flew more than 156, 000 sorties in the WWII and dropped over 600, 000 tons of high explosive bombs. Altogether 7, 366 of the planes were built. Pictures shows High ranking RAF officers including (nearest camera) Air Chief Marshall Sir Wilfred Dawson, Air Marshall Sir Brian Reynolds, A.O.C.-in-C Coastal Command: Air Vice Marshall Gus Walker and Air Vice Commodore Charles Whitworth.

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