Tornado steam train
The country's most modern steam engine, 60163 'Tornado' on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway in its new livery - BR Brunswick Green. PRESS ASSOCIATION PHOTO Picture date: Tuesday, May 31, 2011. The locomotive will be hauling passenger trains on the line throughout the half term holiday week. 'Tornado' was first unveiled to the public in 2009 and is one of the first new steam engines to have been built in over 50 years, at a cost of 3 million. Photo credit should read: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire
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Princess Elizabeth - Steam Train
The 'Princess Elizabeth' steam train leaving from Euston station, London, returning to Merseyside, during a trip down south. The 'Princess Elizabeth' locomotive became part of the service that ran between London to Liverpool in the 1930's. *... and for many years was based at Edge Hill in Liverpool depot in Liverpool. The train also had the distinction of holding the 'Merseyside Express' headboard on numerous occasions.
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Transport - Steam Locomotives - Pendennis Castle - Banbury - 1967
Many people visited Banbury Station in Oxfordshire to see a fine lady steam out on her journey to Birkenhead, Cheshire. She is the 40 year old 'Pendennis Castle', 125-ton veteran of the steam railway carrying the name 'The Zulu' recalling the used for scheduled trains over the Great Western route at the start of the century.
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