And you bought one !!
It did actually happen and I think Hornby did a limited edition model of it
No not only in America!
Here’s another one. A LNWR Greater Britain Class 2-2-2-2-2, Queen Empress, sent to the Chicago exhibition in white livery
That still costs the employer so not worth doing unless the cutback is very short term
Forgive my ignorance of anything that’s copper capped! I didn’t know that
That may open up a whole new discussion. The GWR were happy with just one safety valve, the LNER two but the LMS insisted on four for their Pacifics
You say the fusible plug but I know on a Merchant Navy there are six of them so is that because the crew may not notice the effect of one plug...
The answer has already been given, it was Exmouth Junction. Stewart’s Land didn’t have that many Pacifics.
Do I get a prize?
The difference being that the Jarvis Pacifics were a success. On the subject of 35018, it currently runs with the unique rebuilt self weighing...
I would Guess Exmouth Junction.
During a photo charter on the Welsh Highland Railway in 2008 this fella and his crew turned up (I mean John Craven on the right) . Bob Branch...
I think Florence is becoming a bit of a TV star in her own right now! You also forgot the famous WC fireman leaning out of the cab window!!
Considering how many films heritage railways have featured in, the list is probably endless.
No I don't see and we are way off subject. I'll agree with you when I hear someone with a female dog say they are taking their bitch for a walk.
Yes they are, the man bit referred to species not gender. Same as dog where the species and the male of are the same.
Signalman is also gender neutral, during WW1 a new grade of lady signalman was introduced on the railway and lasted until the Equal Pay Act. They...
We are talking of heritage railways, recreating the past where those who travel are passengers and on the railway there are signalmen, firemen...
It's the other way round, 62005 can only haul the morning train because it's vac braked only
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