UP Challenger #3985 hauling Freight (1991)

UP Challenger is seen here pulling back to Cheyenne a day after pulling the APL stack train. That Illinois Central whistle sure sounds .

Locomotive 'Jennifer' 0-6-0 tank locomotive Hudswell Clarke & Co (1942) pulling her first passenger train on the line out of Berwyn station heading for Carrog during the Winter warmer gala today, Llangollen Railway, Denbighshire, Wales, UK. 30.12.16

Locomotive 'Jennifer' tank locomotive Hudswell Clarke & Co pulling her first passenger train on the line out of Berwyn station heading for Carrog during the Winter warmer gala today, Llangollen Railway, Denbighshire, Wales, UK.

Loco #7822, Rheilffordd Llangollen Railway, Denbighshire, Wales.  The Great Western Railway steam locomotive no. 7822 Foxcote Manor is a 4-6-0 Manor Class locomotive, built in 1950 at Swindon Works. It is part of a post-war batch of 10 locomotives, which follows on from 20 earlier locomotives built in 1938.  The locomotive was originally allocated to Oswestry depot, where it was used to haul both passenger and freight services over lines such as the Cambrian Line.

Loco #7822, Rheilffordd Llangollen Railway, Denbighshire, Wales. The Great Western Railway steam locomotive no. 7822 Foxcote Manor is a 4-6-0 Manor Class locomotive, built in 1950 at Swindon Works. It is part of a post-war batch of 10 locomotives, which follows on from 20 earlier locomotives built in 1938. The locomotive was originally allocated to Oswestry depot, where it was used to haul both passenger and freight services over lines such as the Cambrian Line.

Loco #5199, Rheilffordd Llangollen Railway, Denbighshire, Wales.  No. 5199 was built at Swindon in December 1934, a member of the 5101 class introduced by C.B.Collett in 1929 as a rebuild of Churchward's 3101 class. The loco spent most of its working life in the Birmingham area, working commuter trains and other local passenger services.

Loco #5199, Rheilffordd Llangollen Railway, Denbighshire, Wales. No. 5199 was built at Swindon in December 1934, a member of the 5101 class introduced by C.B.Collett in 1929 as a rebuild of Churchward's 3101 class. The loco spent most of its working life in the Birmingham area, working commuter trains and other local passenger services.

Locomotive 'David Lloyd George' at Tanybwlch Railway Station,Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway, Gwynedd, Wales.

Locomotive 'David Lloyd George' at Tanybwlch Railway Station,Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway, Gwynedd, Wales.

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