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KFNB Austria - Steam locomotive - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

KFNB Austria - Steam locomotive - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The Pennsylvania Railroad class "Pacific" locomotives (meaning they had 4 front wheels, 6 driving wheels, and 2 back wheels) were the workhorses of the "Standard Railroad of the World", and became the official State Locomotive in the

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Nos. 14 & 16 were two powerful 2-4-0 express locomotives, designed to work the heavy 3.00 p.m. Bristol Temple Meads to Paddington train. No. 16 was the last coupled engine built for the broad gauge

14 & 16 were two powerful express locomotives, designed to work the heavy p. Bristol Temple Meads to Paddington train. 16 was the last coupled engine built for the broad gauge

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Iron Duke engines of the Great Western Railway going for scrap. Designed by Daniel Gooch.

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Built in this ton loco had inch driving wheels and X cylinders, and was used for transporting materials on the gauge system at Horwich works.

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treni italiani 1965 - Cerca con Google

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This 1836 "Grasshopper" is typical of the first successful American-built steam locomotives. With vertical boilers and indirect gearing, they were slow but surprisingly powerful.  B & O Railroad Museum

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This 1836 "Grasshopper" is typical of the first successful American-built steam locomotives. With vertical boilers and indirect gearing, they were slow but surprisingly powerful. B O Railroad Museum

LMSR no. 15001 was a Dugald Drummond designed 0-4-2ST for the Caledonian Railway that entered CR service as its no. 1263 in August 1885 and survived until 1947. This shot was probably taken at Dawsholm shed in Glasgow.

LMSR no. 15001 was a Dugald Drummond designed for the Caledonian Railway that entered CR service as its no. 1263 in August 1885 and survived until This shot was probably taken at Dawsholm shed in Glasgow.

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