Marianna Horilla

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The beautiful Norfolk & Western passenger train, the Powhatan Arrow. Built in the Roanoke shops, this J class steam engine was capable of a sustained speed of It often exceeded along tracks beside New River. I rode this train with my Grand

The T1 Trust !!!!!!! The year is 1956, the Pennsylvania Railroad makes a decision to scrap the last surviving T1 Locomotives. Fast forward nearly 60 years, a Trust is born to right this wrong and bring back to life this engineering marvel.

The year is the Pennsylvania Railroad makes a decision to scrap the last surviving Locomotives. Fast forward nearly 60 years, a Trust is born to right this wrong and bring back to life this engineering marvel.

Over the past four days, 50,000 visitors have flocked to see six of the world's greatest steam locomotives gathered together for the last ti...

Bittern, Sir Nigel Gresley and Union of South Africa, which are owned by separate rail enthusiasts, still earn a living hauling steam charters on the main line

Number 4468 Mallard is a LNER Class A4 4-6-2 Pacific steam locomotive  built in the 1930s and designed by Gresley. A wind-tunnel tested,  aerodynamic body allowed it to reach speeds of over 100mph.

London and North Eastern Railway Class - Number 4468 Mallard is a LNER Class Pacific steam locomotive built in the and designed by Gresley. A wind-tunnel tested, aerodynamic body allowed it to reach speeds of over

Here we see gresley A4 pacific No 4468 mallard out side the great hall at The National Railway Museum York

Number 4468 Mallard in York. Number 4468 Mallard is a London and North Eastern Railway Class Pacific steam locomotive built at Doncaster, England in It is historically significant as the holder of the world speed record for steam locomotives.

Mallard is the holder of the official world speed record for steam locomotives at 125. Description from flickr.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Mallard is the holder of the official world speed record for steam locomotives…

LNER 4-6-2 "Mallard" . 126.4 mph steam locomotive.

LNER Pacific class Mallard on Sunday 3 July 1938 reached an unbeaten steam locomotive world-record speed of 126 mph, photo courtesy of National Railway Museum & BBC-Tyneside -- 070810