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Burnished Steel Star on the smoke box  as featured on "Dunalastair" that left Larbert  Station 22nd May 1915 CR_419_at_Bo'ness.jpg 1,750×1,385 pixels

Burnished Steel Star on the smoke box as featured on "Dunalastair" that left Larbert Station 22nd May 1915 CR_419_at_Bo'ness.jpg 1,750×1,385 pixels

The Caledonian Railway is a four mile preserved line in Angus, Scotland  The line runs from the City of Brechin to Bridge of Dun Station, 4 miles from the town of Montrose. The Caledonian Railway began in the 1830s as part of an effort to link a number of local railways around Edinburgh and Glasgow with the rest of the British rail system. Description from spellerweb.net. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The Caledonian Railway is a four mile preserved line in Angus, Scotland The line runs from the City of Brechin to Bridge of Dun Station, 4 miles from the town of Montrose. The Caledonian Railway began in the 1830s as part of an effort to link a number of local railways around Edinburgh and Glasgow with the rest of the British rail system. Description from spellerweb.net. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Some Early Lines - The Midland Railway in the East Midlands

Some Early Lines – The Midland Railway in the East Midlands

Temporary royal carriages pulled by the class 0-4-0 saddle tank locomotive number 3001, at Crewe railway works, Cheshire 1913. King George V and Queen Mary travelled on this makeshift train when they visited the London & North Western Railway works on 21 April 1913. The carriages, based on wagons, were constructed especially for the royal couple to tour the works.

Temporary royal carriages pulled by the class 0-4-0 saddle tank locomotive number 3001, at Crewe railway works, Cheshire 1913. King George V and Queen Mary travelled on this makeshift train when they visited the London & North Western Railway works on 21 April 1913. The carriages, based on wagons, were constructed especially for the royal couple to tour the works.

1940's Style Wedding at the Loughborough Great Central Railway, by Danielle Benbow (http://www.daniellebenbowphotography.co.uk)

1940’s Style Wedding at the Loughborough Great Central Railway

1940's Style Wedding at the Loughborough Great Central Railway, by Danielle Benbow (http://www.daniellebenbowphotography.co.uk)

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