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Standing at the head of a Wolverhampton - Paddington train in Birmingham Snow Hill is D1008 Western Harrier.  Platform 7 has all the period charm of the station in 1962, the finger board pointing to the train with the destinations sign-written on it. Passengers were either waiting or boarding, all dressed smartly in comparison with today's fashion, two  schoolboys gaze at the Western and no doubt are impressed by the sound of the twin Maybach engines. Behind the Western a steam freight tr...

D1008 Western Harrier (pjs,0374)

Standing at the head of a Wolverhampton - Paddington train in Birmingham Snow Hill is D1008 Western Harrier. Platform 7 has all the period charm of the station in 1962, the finger board pointing to the train with the destinations sign-written on it. Passengers were either waiting or boarding, all dressed smartly in comparison with today's fashion, two schoolboys gaze at the Western and no doubt are impressed by the sound of the twin Maybach engines. Behind the Western a steam freight train…

ATSF, Chicago, Illinois, 1952

Two Santa Fe Railway streamlined passenger trains rest under the shed at Dearborn Station in downtown Chicago on February 2, 1952. Leading both trains are F-series diesel-electric locomotives built by the Electro-Motive Division of General Motors. Photograph by Wallace W. Abbey, © 2015, Center for Railroad Photography and Art. Abbey-02-047-01

Silver Streak by laxhogger on DeviantArt

Former CB&Q stainless steel E5 Silver Pilot racing east in Illinois. Silver Streak

Alle Größen | HS4000 Kestrel,with class 47 bogies fitted. | Flickr - Fotosharing!

HS4000 Kestrel,with class 47 bogies fitted.

Alle Größen | HS4000 Kestrel,with class 47 bogies fitted. | Flickr - Fotosharing!

Railway Artist: Malcolm Root FGRA.New Era A class 40 diesel loco pulls out of London's Liverpool Street station with The Hook Continental boat train in 1963..18

Railway Artist: Malcolm Root FGRA

Railway Artist: Malcolm Root FGRA.New Era A class 40 diesel loco pulls out of London's Liverpool Street station with The Hook Continental boat train in 1963..18

Alle Größen | HS 4000 at Barrow Hill open day 1971. | Flickr - Fotosharing!

HS 4000 at Barrow Hill open day 1971.

Alle Größen | HS 4000 at Barrow Hill open day 1971. | Flickr - Fotosharing!

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“Winter is most definitely here.... A shot from Dec 17 1981 Of 55016 Gordon Highlander waiting for its next turn at Doncaster. Today this loco moved by @AllelysGroup from Washwood Heath to Crewe for its overhaul to be completed having been bought by LSL. Pic by Bob Peach”

HS 4000 KESTREL Derby Open Day August 31st 1968

HS4000 "Kestrel" at Derby Works Prototype HS4000 "Kestrel" at Derby Works open day Aug 31st 1968. This Pic is part of a collection from the 1960's & 1970's. They are all prints of various sizes with some colour and some black & white with almost half having written details on the rear. The photographs were purchased as a set some time ago and after spending some time cleaning the images up I now feel it is time to show them and not let the collection just hide away. Photographer Unknown.

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Class 42 | D870-Y-Paignton-120768-DC897

Warship (Class 42) D870 'Zulu@ at Paignton with a Kingswear - Hollicombe coal working, 12/7/68. ©www.railphotoprints.co.uk - Dave Cobbe

BR Class 43 Warship at Paddington

BR Class 43 Warship 857 "Undaunted" at Paddington

BR North British built Clas 43 No. 857 at Paddington in October 1971. All remaining members of Class 43 were withdrawn shortly after this, though a few Swindon built Class 42s survived for a little longer.

HS4000 'Kestrel' on coaltrain at Greetwell Junction Lincoln on a Mansfield - Whitemoor mineral working, C1971. Did actually see Kestrel on the Lincoln goods avoiding line once, but not when I had a camera...

HS4000 'Kestrel' on coaltrain at Greetwell Junction Lincoln on a Mansfield - Whitemoor mineral working, C1971. Did actually see Kestrel on the Lincoln goods avoiding line once, but not when I had a camera...