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LNER Class A4.|
4468 'Mallard' is seen at the National Railway Museum, York on Monday 3-Nov-97 at
Photo and scan: Ross Aitken (firstname.lastname@example.org).
An LNER steam loco class A4 No.4468 (Mallard) is seen in the Great Hall at the National Railway Museum (York). This impressive steam locomotive was built in 1938 at Doncaster. This is the fastest steam engine in the world. Thursday the 21st of June 2007
Photo by Matthew Battye E-mail: email@example.com
The Open Weekend at Doncaster over the 26th and 27th July 2003 was to mark 150 years of what is now refered to as the 'Plant'. To celebrate this a remarkable line-up of locos was put on display.
This included a number of steam locos that very rarely leave their base at the National Railway Museum at York. One of these is the World famous 'Mallard' holder
of the World record for steam locos at just over 125 MPH. Many of the locos on view were 'captured by Jampics' and thanks to James's efforts in transfering his video to still
Photographs, can be seen here.
Doncaster 150 Open Weekend Saturday 26th July 2003
Photo from James & Martin's Picture Collection Copyright 'Jampics' firstname.lastname@example.org
30 June 2001, National Railway Museum, York, England, UK|
Mallard steam engine which once made 126mph record speed. The streamlined design was inspired by Bugatti railcars.
Digital photo by Klaus Föhl (email@example.com)