Classic Steam Engines Collection

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By: Demand Media
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Classic Steam Engines: Magazine:
Presented in chronological order, the last locomotive class featured in this volume of 44 classic engines is the British Railways standard 1-10-0 9F freight class which included Evening Star who had a very short working life in common with most of the other standard classes included in the 15,000 engines scrapped by British Railways in the decade up to 1968.

As a tribute to the success of that preservation industry, representatives of virtually all the 44 engines included in this magazine can still be seen, whether working on heritage railways, as static exhibits in museums or even running on mainline specials.96 pages.

4-DVD Collection -
Duchess of Sutherland:

This "Steam Classics" records the story of the restoration to main line steam work of one of Sir William Stanier's magnificent "Princess Coronation" class Pacifics built for the London Midland and Scottish Railway, number 6233 "Duchess of Sutherland".

City of Truro:
The 2000th locomotive to be built at the famous Swindon Works of the Great Western Railway was always going to be something a bit special.And it was! GWR no. 3440 was to be the immortal "CITY of TRURO", the first man-made speed in excess of 100mph.

Princess Margaret Rose:
This "Steam Classics" records the history of Sir William Stanier's first production Pacific locomotive for the LMS railway.
After adjust over a quarter of a century's front line service, "Princess Margaret Rose" was bought by Sir Billy Butlin as a children's amusement camp.

Super Power British Pacifics:
On eof the few positives to come out of the gloom of the inter-war years in Britian was the emergence of a new breed of powerful steam locomotives. Total running time: Approx. 225 minutes.

 

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