46100 cab has been changed
when i saw it last at St. Pancras she had a NBL cab with rounded roof edges C1960
I don't ever remember seeing a red Scot - and I only missed two.
Black 5s v/s Jubilees - Jubs had splashers . that's all you need to know - and...
from head on , there is /was a difference in the height of the smokebox in the saddle .
The Scots s/b is the lowest , Pats next and the 2 Jubs...
imo all the ex GWR 4-6-0s are easy to differentiate .
you needed good eyesight to distinguish between rebuilt Scot, Jub and Pat when it was...
I have seen it written that one of the Ionics achieved 2M miles .
given their short life I think it must be incorrect .
what is beyond...
E S Cox wrote that the GWR style bigend used on the Scots would not overheat even if a blowlamp was applied .
it was to be fitted with a mechanical stoker ---so -- not much
why anyone would propose a 2-8-2 for freight is beyond me . Gresleys P1 was too...
how does a coiled leaf spring work ?
my comment did not stand up to scrutiny !
long departed Jumbo Charles Dickens achieved 20 million miles .
the NW liked to get their moneys worth
i'm not sure tbh.
just checked - you're correct
Fairy Queen , built by Kitsons for the East India Railway Co. in 1855 .
British built , standard gauge and still used occasionally .
no …….they are big(ger) Stars
not forgetting the GCR Atlantics , which lasted 'till 1950
we are all grateful that York was established when it was .
I don't really think the LNER comes off too badly . in terms of representative...
Wot ? no stovepipe ?
oh , they did .
I watched an A2/2 take an age (probably a couple of minutes but..._) to disappear the last coach into Gasworks Tunnel.
for me , this is the most exciting project around .
I hope i'm around to see her running again
yep works with Chrome
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