The Inter 4468 Steam Locomotive and Railroad Roundhouse 24 Howard_Fogg_Art_Train_Painting_SHHC017(1)
Art Train Journeys : Steam Train Painting by Howard Fogg - The Inter 4468 Steam Locomotive and Railroad Roundhouse 24
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London & North Eastern Railway steam locomotive 'Mallard' | Science Museum Group Collection
Steam locomotive and tender, No 4468 ‘Mallard’, Class A4 Pacific, 4-6-2, designed by Nigel Gresley for LNER, built at Doncaster in 1938; length over buffers: 71' 3/8"; width: 9'; weight: 102 tons; 19 cwt; (total weight 165 tonnes 7 cwt); area 50.3m square. Driving wheel diameter 6 feet, 8 inches.
The Mallard in pictures: The world's fastest steam locomotive's 75th anniversary
The Mallard, the world's fastest steam locomotive's 75th anniversary. For no more than a couple of minutes on July 3 1938, Mallard thundered along at speeds that have remained unmatched by any steam locomotive for three-quarters of a century.
The Great Gathering: a remarkable reunion of locomotives and boilers.
Whatever its fame and history, a locomotive can also be seen as a collection of skilfully designed, manufactured and maintained components. The frames of a locomotive are often considered the sourc…
A Little of Everything.
revoltagainsttime: “ Number 4468 Mallard is a London and North Eastern Railway Class A44-6-2 Pacific steam locomotive built at Doncaster, England in 1938. It is historically significant because it is...
National Railway Museum: Paul Routledge joins in celebrations for 75th anniversary of 4468 Mallard breaking world speed record
Six members of Sir Nigel Gresley’s A4 Pacific class are on display on York
'Mallard' enters Waterloo on the... © Ben Brooksbank cc-by-sa/2.0
The celebrated record-breaking LNER Gresley A4 class Pacific No. E22 'Mallard' (built 3/38, withdrawn 4/63; preserved at the National Railway Museum, York) passes Waterloo Power Box as it arrives from Exeter, on a... more