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British steam trains at full speed! 2013 - 2015
So as the steam season here in the Southwest comes to yet another close, I've decided to change the format and instead give you a compilation of all my best shots of British Steam locomotives at full speed across the UK network, as collected over the past 3 years between 2013 and 2015. We've got all manner of classes in all manner of locations, including climbing and descending Shap Bank in Cumbria, racing across the flats of the South Devon Mainline, and negotiating the turns of the magnificent Sea Wall between Dawlish and Teignmouth. Classes range from a myriad of engines, including LMS Jubilee 45699 'Galatea', BR Standard 7 70000 'Britannia', LNER A4 Pacific's 60009 'Union of South Africa' and 4464 'Bittern', GWR Castle 5029 'Nunney Castle', and my personal favoruite, rebuilt LNER A1 Pacific 60163 'Tornado'! Power from all of the former pre-nationalisation companies, as well as the regions of British Railways are turned out and perform what they do best, going and speed! Apologies for some of the inconsistent sound and video quality in some shots, I changed camera's during this period. Enjoy!
Views: 323895 Ruairidh MacVeigh
Masters Of The Mainline - U.K Steam Train Review - 2016
STOP PRESS !! MAINLINE 2O17 REVIEW NOW AVAILABLE BELOW ! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMLotbSayFQ The mammoth operation of British mainline steam in 2016, will go down as an improvement on it's previous year which was probably one of the most turbulent years on the mainline. This year would see some big name locos return to the mainline scene, although loco availability would see still plague tour operators and the southern half of England, as many tours were being cancelled. With eyes still on West Coast Railways, who are treading carefully after their suspensions, the rail operator are now looking to be heading in the right direction, which is paramount as this video would not be possible without the successful running of their operation ! This year's compilation covers my favourite highlights throughout the year, which features 70 scenes involving 16 locomotives. This compilation features what I deem to be my best clips of the year and the scenes are edited to provide you constant action, while still providing a build up of anticipation. There is a brief on screen intro to each scene, though I'm happy to answer any questions you have ! I hope you enjoy the video. Locomotives featured (in order of appearance) 46100 'Royal Scot' 45699 'Galatea' 6201 'Princess Elizabeth' 45690 'Leander' 60163 'Tornado' 5043 'Earl Of Mount Edgecumbe' 45407 'Lancashire Fusilier 44871 'Black Five' 60103 'Flying Scotsman' 46233 'Duchess Of Sutherland' 34052 'Lord Dowding' 46115 'Scots Guardsman 9466 Hawksworth Pannier' 34067 'Tangmere' 4965 'Rood Ashton Hall' 9600 'Pannier Tank' All footage included in this video, are copyright of Liam Marsh, unless otherwise stated. All video media featured here cannot be used elsewhere, without prior permission from the relevant author or copyright owner. © Marsh Steam Videos 2017 ©
Views: 84448 Marsh Steam Videos™
The Best of British Steam Compilation 2014
Well it's that time of year again, and after a year of non-stop steam locomotive action the various operators are gradually putting away their magnificent railway machines for winter overhaul. So with that in mind we look back at what has been a cracker of a year for steam on Britain's Railways! Many thought that the collapse of the Sea Wall in February 2014 would have ruined everything, but thanks to the stellar efforts of the Network Rail team the wall was back up and running in 64 days and thus the steam season in the South West was truly spectacular, being host to a myriad of specials with power from 5029 'Nunney Castle', 34067 'Tangmere', and making the début steam tour after reopening of the route and her first ever visit to the South Devon Mainline, 60007 'Sir Nigel Gresley'. But shots also come from other parts of the network, including the cold climbs of the North West and the bustling commuter network of Central London. The year has also included some astounding locomotive combinations, with pairings of engines such as 34046 'Braunton' and 5029 'Nunney Castle' and 61624 and 45407 'The Lancashire Fusilier.' Apart from that it's the usual onslaught of steam, smoke, whistles, wheel-slips, breakneck speed, hissing safety valves, raw power and pollution, snarling pistons, flying driving rods and general fun for the whole family! So let's get underway! Enjoy!
Views: 201734 Ruairidh MacVeigh
The Best of British Steam Trains 2017
That time in the year has come once again, The Best of British Steam Trains 2017, featuring 96 minutes worth of steam locomotives hard at work on the mainline and various heritage railways A massive thank you to all my subscribers and viewers for tuning in during 2017 and another massive thanks to those i've been in company with during this year whilst out filming what we love the most! Many of these shots could not have been possible without the help, support and kindness of various fellow You-Tubers! Featured in this video in region and locomotive order; GWR; 5043 'Earl of Mount Edgcumbe' 6990 'Witherslack Hall' 1450 SR; 777 'Sir Lamiel' 34027 'Taw Valley' 34052 'Lord Dowding' 34053 'Sir Keith Park' 34081 '92 Squadron' 35028 'Clan Line' BR; 78018 76017 80078 92214 'Leicester City' 70013 'Oliver Cromwell' LMS; 41312 43106 46521 48264 45212 46233 'Duchess of Sutherland' 46100 'Royal Scot' LNER; 60103 'Flying Scotsman' 60163 'Tornado' 60009 'Union of South Africa' See you all in 2018!
Views: 39477 TH Railway Videos
The Best of British Steam Compilation 2013
It's hard to believe that another year has simply rolled by, but in that time it's been a fantastic ride in terms of steam tours. 2013 has seen the return of many a great locomotive, such as the return of 34046 'Braunton' to the mainline, and the return of 45699 'Galatea' to steam altogether! So here I give you my collection of some of the finest examples of steam to grace the British Rail network, seen in locations that vary from the peaceful preserved lines of Devon and Cornwall, to the snow covered slopes of the Cumbrian Lake District, to the sunny seaside resorts of the Teignmouth Sea Wall. This video features all kinds of steam engines from all of the great operators of yesteryear, including 5029 'Nunney Castle', 34067 'Tangmere', 7827 'Lydham Manor', 70000 'Britannia' and her sister 70013 'Oliver Cromwell', 60009 'Union of South Africa', 35028 'Clan Line', 46115 'Scots Guardsman', 61994 'The Great Marquess' and many many more! In the next 45 minutes there's going to be steam, smoke, whistles, wheel-slips, breakneck speed, hissing safety valves, raw power and pollution, snarling pistons, flying driving rods and general fun for the whole family! So, let's get cracking! Enjoy!
Views: 1598373 Ruairidh MacVeigh
Enjoy this beautifully presented whistle-stop tour around Britain to see some of the most remarkably preserved steam railways and engines. Filmed at various locations over the past decade, this DVD is an absolute must for the steam train enthusiast both old and new as we visit galas, festivals and special days at some of Britains best known railways and get up close and personal with some titans of steam. The Santa Special on the West Somerset Railway, the Bluebell Railway Branch Line Gala, a glimpse of the famous Hogwarts Express and an open day at the Crewe Works are just a few of the stops we make along the way. Other highlights include visits to the Welsh Highland Railway, the Midsomer Norton Station project, East Lancashire Railway, Llangollen Railway and a very special day at the Ffestiniog Railway. Available to buy from: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Steam-Trains-Great-Britain-DVD/dp/B002M8XVFY/ref=sr_1_1?s=dvd&ie=UTF8&qid=1290094664&sr=1-1
Views: 29416 PegEntLtd
Steam Trains at Speed
Steam trains at speed, you gotta love 'em. Whether they be roaring through a busy station, or pounding through the open countryside. This video showcases most of the clips I have taken over the past three and a half years, of steam dashing across England and a little bit of Wales too. Locomotives featured in this video include the likes of: - 60163 'Tornado' - 5043 'Earl of Mount Edgcumbe' - 70013 'Oliver Cromwell' - 34067 'Tangmere' - 4464 'Bittern' - 6024 'King Edward I' - 6201 'Princess Elizabeth' - 70000 'Britannia' - 35028 'Clan Line' - 44871 - 45407 'The Lancashire Fusilier' - 4965 'Rood Ashton Hall' - 60009 'Union of South Africa' - 9466 - 5029 'Nunney Castle' - 34046 'Braunton' - 46233 'Duchess of Sutherland' Please feel free to leave a like, comment and favourite; and if you liked this video and want to see more, then why not subscribe? Enjoy! #SteamTrain #MainlineSteam #SteamLocomotive
Views: 5576024 Speed To The West
Monarchs Of The Mainline - U.K Steam Train Review 2017
My mainline review for 2017 features my favourite shots taken across England and as usual a decent selection of locos and locations all feature in this video. As always a big thanks to all the operators and volunteers for their relentless effort which without wouldn't make this video possible ! All locos and locations are captioned on screen. A big thanks to all my subscribers and viewers for your comments and support throughout the year, I am struggling to respond to comments at the moment due to my new work commitments and unfortunately this will impact on next year's outings, though there will still be videos throughout next year albeit on a smaller scale. I hope you enjoy the video. Video Highlights * Flying Scotsman reopening the S&C * Double Headed Panniers * An A4 Class over Sapperton (60009) * 46115 'Scots Gaurdsman' final run before overhaul * 70013 'Oliver Cromwell' returns to the mainline * 45690 'Leander' awakens Miles Platting Locomotives featured 45690 'Leander' GWR Pannier Tank 9600 GWR Hawksworth Pannier Tank 9466 5043 'Earl Of Mount Edgecumbe' 34052 'Lord Dowding' 46100 'Royal Scot' 60009 'Union Of South Africa' 60163 'Tornado' 46233 'Duchess Of Sutherland' 46115 'Scots Guardsman' 45699 'Galatea' 60103 'Flying Scotsman' 35028 'Clan Line' 70013 'Oliver Cromwell' B.R STD 4 '76084'
Views: 25109 Marsh Steam Videos™
Steam Trains (1950-1959)
Pinewood Stock Can material. Shot along railway tracks as steam train approaches camera from the distance. Nice shot as locomotive and carriages pass the camera. Different location - steam train comes round bend and past camera - carriages are in British Railways livery. VS of different loco hauling train into station. High angle shot of large area of points just outside station - trains move back and forth. MS train leaving station platform. More shots of steam engines and trains. VS of shunter moving along track. VS of trains in loco yard - all kinds of engines including the A4 Pacific 'Miles Beevor' 60026. Nice shots of this streamlined locomotive moving off. FILM ID:3420.05 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 73718 British Pathé
The Steam Machine Changes The World I THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
The invention of the steam machine and innovations related to it in the textile industry really got the Industrial Revolution going. First they changed the way people work in their field and then they changed the organization of labour itself. How did the invention of the steam engine improve the factory system and what exactly did James Watt have to do with it all? » The Complete PLAYLIST: http://bit.ly/TheIndustrialRevolution » Mentioned Videos: Steam Machine to Locomotive: http://bit.ly/SteamLoco Railroads and Canals: http://bit.ly/FunWithSteel Worker's Rights Revolution: http://bit.ly/WorkersRightsRevolution » JOIN OUR COMMUNITY FOR MORE HISTORY KNOWLEDGE! Write us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/ITSHISTORYfb Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thehistoryshow Your photos on Instagram: https://instagram.com/itshistorychannel » Interested in the First World War? Check out our PARTNER channel THE GREAT WAR! https://www.youtube.com/user/TheGreatWar » SOURCES Videos: British Pathé (https://www.youtube.com/user/britishpathe) Pictures: mainly Picture Alliance » ABOUT US IT’S HISTORY is a ride through history - Join us discovering the world’s most important eras in IN TIME, BIOGRAPHIES of the GREATEST MINDS and the most important INVENTIONS. » HOW CAN I SUPPORT YOUR CHANNEL? You can support us by sharing our videos with your friends and spreading the word about our work. » CAN I EMBED YOUR VIDEOS ON MY WEBSITE? Of course, you can embed our videos on your website. We are happy if you show our channel to your friends, fellow students, classmates, professors, teachers or neighbors. Or just share our videos on Facebook, Twitter, Reddit etc. Subscribe to our channel and like our videos with a thumbs up. » CAN I SHOW YOUR VIDEOS IN CLASS? Of course! Tell your teachers or professors about our channel and our videos. We’re happy if we can contribute with our videos. » CREDITS Presented by: Brett Ortgiesen Script by: Brett Ortgiesen Directed By: Daniel Czepelczauer Director of Photography: Markus Kretzschmar Music: Markus Kretzschmar and Daniel Czepelczauer Sound Design: Bojan Novic Editing: Markus Kretzschmar A Mediakraft Networks original channel Based on a concept by Florian Wittig and Daniel Czepelczauer Visual conception: Markus Kretzschmar Executive Producers: Astrid Deinhard-Olsson, Spartacus Olsson Head of Production: Michael Wendt Producer: Daniel Czepelczauer Social Media Manager: Laura Pagan and Florian Wittig Contains material licensed from British Pathé All rights reserved - © Mediakraft Networks GmbH, 2015
Views: 55217 IT'S HISTORY
Full Steam Ahead (Ep1 of 6) - BBC Documentary 2016
Historians Ruth Goodman, Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn bring back to life the golden age of steam and explore how the Victorian railways created modern Britain. The introduction of steam railways in the early 19th century changed Britain in a way no one could have predicted. This episode explores how they created a domestic revolution, changing the way we lived, from the houses we lived in to the food we ate. In the middle of winter, the team arrive at the Ffestiniog Railway in Snowdonia to find out how millions of tons of slate were moved down the mountain. This is the slate that covers roofs in every corner of the country, and all of it was moved by rail. Underground, Alex experiences the brutal conditions faced by miners in Llechwedd quarry who would have endured 12-hour shifts suspended from iron chains. It's an exhilarating ride down the narrow winding track aboard the 'gravity train' with the whole crew hanging on to the brakes all the way. At Foxfields Railway in Staffordshire, built to transport coal to the nearby mainline, Ruth gets on the loco's footplate as it is driven up the steepest railway in Britain. Coal was to change everything in our day-to-day lives, right down to the way we cooked, the shape of our pots and the role of women who had to deal with the tyranny of keeping clothes clean in this dirty industrial world. Enjoy watching and subscribe!!
Views: 49785 Chirm Gary
Britain's Greatest Machines With Chris Barrie - S02E04: Trains - The Steam Pioneers (5.1 DPL II, HD)
Grab your anoraks and climb onboard the 1820s, one of the most revolutionary decades in history. In just ten years transportation evolved from foot and horse to the first passenger railway, forever changing British society. Chris follows this breakthrough, heading down a mine to witness rail's beginnings and taking a spin on the Trevithick Puffing Devil - the world's first high-pressure steam engine. Finally, our intrepid presenter climbs on to the footplate of some of the earliest and most famous trains in the world. TV icon and vintage machine enthusiast, Chris Barrie, serves up a big dose of nostalgia in this exclusive series celebrating British design. 5.1 surround, encoded using Dolby Pro Logic II.
Views: 895825 eirik1231
Steam Engines Of British Railways (B.R.)
This programme takes a look at some of the 2,500 steam engines built byy British Railways between 1948 and 1960, which operated in Britain until the end of steam in 1968. Now many are thankfully preserved on railways across the country. Many of these were based on the old constituent railway companies, but British Railways did evolve it's own designs which feature in this programme - such as the Britannia Class, designed for express passenger work and the standard Class 4 tank, which were used primarily on commuter services. The most famous loco from this period is Standard Class 9F number 92220 Evening Star - preserved as the last steam loco to be built by British Railways. Locos based on the North Yorkshire Moors, Keighley and Worth Valley, Great Central Railway, Gloucestershire & Warwickshire and the West Somerset Railways, as well as the main line, are also included in this programme
Record Breaking Steam Trains | Speed Machines | Spark
In the 1930's, Britain had a railway network that was envied around the world. The East and West Coast railway companies fought to transport passengers from London to Scotland in the shortest time possible. Originally broadcast in 2003. Content licensed by DRG Distributions. Any queries, contact us at [email protected] Subscribe to Spark for more amazing science, tech and engineering videos - https://goo.gl/LIrlur Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SparkDocs/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spark_channel/?hl=undefined #steamtrains #transport #recordbreaking #speedmachines #science #technology #engineering #trainspotting #railways #steamtechnology
Views: 438407 Spark
The Story of Steam - Britsh Steam Engines DVD
I remember buying the British Steam Engines book with the DVD in it and decided to upload this. Book Published in 2012 Disclaimer: I OWN NOTHING!
Views: 96074 IOSStudios
Britain's Largest Steam Locomotives
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British Steam Engines in the 50's & 60's clip 11
A look back at Steam Engines in Action!
Views: 378 Station KLBR
The nationalised British Railways inherited a substantial stock of steam locomotives from its constituent companies. However, it was still necessary to replace many worn-out and obsolete machines before the change-over to diesel could take place. To this end a range of “standard” locomotives was produced, and the first of these, number 70000 “Britannia” appeared in 1951. Members of this class were used on the famous named Express trains of their day, including the “Golden Arrow” of the Southern Region. The ultimate Express passenger locomotive design in Great Britain was the solitary British Railways Class 8P71000 “Duke of Gloucester”, and both these engines survive today and are featured extensively in this programme, together with archive footage of them at work in the 1950’s and 1960’s. Other British Railways classes appeared on Express trains although not strictly Express engines, especially the last steam locomotives of all “Evening Star” which, although a freight engine, worked on trains such as the “pines Express”. This collection of VHS shows Express steam locomotives in action, using rare archive footage from the 1950’s and 1960’s together with contemporary material of today.
Views: 93122 Manu Guinarte
West Coast Railways Steam At Speed
Hello & Welcome to this special tribute video. This is a tribute program in memory of 1 of West Coast Railway's finest drivers of the past Albert Seymour known as Uncle Albert to his friends & colleagues who sadly passed away on the early May Bank Holiday Monday. He was a kind hearted & charming gentleman which I had the privilege of talking to him on a number of occasions when ever I see him at the regulator of some of the finest mainline steam locomotives. He will be sadly missed my thoughts & condolences goes out to his beloved family & friends at this very difficult time. R.I.P Albert Seymour may The West Coast Steam Special take you to heaven & join many of the great railway pioneers who did so much for the steam movement. I decided to put together a special collection of video clips of the steam locomotives owned by West Coast Railways & locos that are associated with the Train Operator showing them at speed during their finest hours when running on the national network. Something Uncle Albert would be proud of. These video clips shows as early as 2013 right up to the 1st 4 months of 2018. 48151 The Fellsman in July 2017 The Salopian Steam Express February 2018 5972 Olton Hall Light engine move from Tyseley to Carnforth WCRC July 2014 45690 Leander Loaded Test Run October 2014 The Salopian Steam Express March 2015 The Dalesman May 2015 Light Engine Move Barrowhill Round House to Carnforth WCRC September 2015 Day 9 of The Great Britain 9 May 2016 ECS Move Carnforth WCRC to Manchester Victoria June 2016 North Wales Coast Express July 2016 Winter Cumbrian Mountain Express January 2017 The Coast to Coast Express June 2017 The Fellsman August 2017 The Cumbrian Coast Express March 2018 45699 Galatea The Lune Rivers Trust Special September 2013 Light Engine Move Crewe to Carnforth WCRC February 2014 Light Engine Move Crewe to Carnforth WCRC September 2014 The Pendle Dalesman March 2015 The Ill fated North Wales Coast Express July 2015 Dalesman duties in July & August of 2015 The Pendle Dalesman February 2016 Light Engine move Southall WCRC to Carnforth WCRC August 2016 Day 7 The Great Britain 10 May 2017 Winter Cumbrian Mountain Express duties in February 2018 46115 Scots Guardsman Loaded Test Run February 2014 Winter Cumbrian Mountain Express Duties Februay & March 2014 The Ill fated Day 4 The Lakes Express September 2015 The Welsh Mountaineer July 2016 Cumbrian Coast Express duties in August & September 2016 North Wales Coast Express September 2016 The Midday Scot March 2017 The Welsh Boarders Special March 2017 The Welsh Mountaineer July 2017 The Fellsman August 2017 (Penultimate run before withdrawal for Overhaul) 35018 British India Line Loaded Test Runs in July & August Loaded Test Run March 2018 The Salopian Steam Special I March 2018 Day 7 The Great Britain 11 April 2018 Thanks for reading enjoy the tribute video
Views: 7935 Richard Harnetty
Memories Of The Mainline - U.K Steam Train Review - 2015
2017 Review Now Available ! Click Link Below ! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMLotbSayFQ This year's review once again features an extensive look back at my favourite scenes from the world of mainline steam. 2015, will go down as an extremely testing time, for all who are involved in the mammoth operation of mainline running, and with an uncertain future, we all hope for a positive return in 2016, with a wrath of big name locos scheduled for return. Regardless of the ongoing issues surrounding the operation of mainline steam, 2015 still provided us with many highlights & excellent loco performances across the mainline network, which I was lucky to witness. Once again, I would like to thank all my subscribers & returning viewers for there comments & support throughout the year. I hope you enjoy the compilation. Locos featured (in order of appearances) (LMS) 46233 'Duchess Of Sutherland' (B.R) 70000 'Britannia' (LNER) 61306 'Mayflower' (GWR) 4965 'Rood Ashton Hall' (GWR) 5043 'Earl Of Mount Edgecumbe' (S.R) 34067 'Tangmere' (S.R) 35028 'Clan Line' (LMS) 45407 'Lancashire Fusilier' (LMS) 45690 'Leander' (LNER) 60163 'Tornado' (LMS) 45699 'Galatea' All footage included in this video, are copyright of Liam Marsh, unless otherwise stated. All video media featured here cannot be used elsewhere, without prior permission from the relevant author or copyright owner. © Marsh Steam Videos 2016 ©
Views: 86938 Marsh Steam Videos™
Steam challenge.Double heading with USA v UK at Merehead 2008
Spectacular steam display as UK 9f and USA class S160 haul stone hoppers up Merehead Quarrys incline with Switcher on rear. Turn up the volume
Views: 11395 Mike Wilcock
British Steam Locomotives Part 1 2 Full Documentary
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Steam Locomotives At Speed #3
The third installment in the series once again captures British steam locomotives at speed across the mainline network at speeds of 60mph+ The speeds are shown in the video which have been obtained from on board timers and magazine reports which I trust to be close to accurate, some exact speeds are also shown where one or more reports indicate the same speed at the location shown in video. I hope you enjoy the video.
Views: 73581 Marsh Steam Videos™
Strange Locomotives - British Rail GT3
In the early 1950’s effort was expended to determine the viability of using Gas Turbines as a means of producing motive force in a locomotive. GT3, which stands for “ Gas Turbine number 3” (following on from it’s predecessors - units 18000 and 18100 as gas turbines number 1 and number 2). The GT3 was a prototype mainline gas-turbine locomotive built in 1961 by English Electric at their Vulcan Foundry in Newton-le-Willows, to showcase its products to British Railways. It was designed by Vulcan engineer J. O. P. Hughes in a project that started back in the early 1950s. Outwardly it looked just like a steam tender locomotive, although, in the case of GT3, the tender was loaded with kerosene. The GT3 was of 4-6-0 wheel arrangement similar to a Bitish Rail standard class 5 steam locomotive chassis fitted with an EM27L gas turbine generating 2,700 hp (2,000 kW). However. the chassis itself was significantly strengthened in order to cope with the high torque of the turbine. It had a maximum speed of 90 mph (140 km/h), weighed in at 125 and a half tons, and was painted in a red oxide livery. BR tested it at its Rugby test centre and then further testing was conducted on the former Great Central Main Line around Leicester and on the West Coast Main Line around the Shap incline. At this time, Vulcan was fully engaged in manufacturing diesel-electric locomotives of many different types (including the famous Deltic). These were rapidly gaining hold as the future of rail traction. Diesel-electrics have no need for turntables, a significant advantage that the GT3 with its steam loco style layout was unable to offer. BR decided to opt for diesel and electric traction, and the GT3 was returned to the Vulcan Foundry at the end of 1962, where it was gradually dismantled. It was eventually scrapped at the Thomas W Ward yard in Salford in February 1966. Interestingly enough having been towed there by a BR standard steam locomotive.
Views: 124038 Trains TrainsTrains
The Best of British Steam Compilation 2012
Finally, 2012 draws to a close and now it's time to recollect on the best moments of the British Railway Steam scene, including tours, private charters, overnight land cruises, empty stock workings and light engine movements from all corners of the UK: 1. 17/11: Stanier built Princess Royal Class, 6201 'Princess Elizabeth' is seen running the steam leg of the 'Cumbrian Mountaineer' from Tyseley to Carlisle through Oxenholme. 2. 15/09: BR Standard Class 7 flagship number 70000 'Britannia' and LNER A4 Pacific 4464 'Bittern' are seen blasting southbound through Teignmouth with the 'Mayflower' tour from London Euston to Plymouth. 3. 07/10: LMS Princess Coronation Class 46233 'Duchess of Sutherland' is seen screaming through the night with the southbound leg of the 'Caledonian Railtour' from Stirling to Wolverhampton. 4. 04/02: On the second run of the 'Cumbrian Mountain Express', LMS Stanier Class 5 45305 is seen departing Preston for Carlisle running via Blackburn and the Settle and Carlisle route 5. On the way back from Plymouth, 70000 'Britannia' and 4464 'Bittern' are seen racing north through Teignmouth with the returning 'Mayflower' tour to London Paddington 6. 12/08: BR Standard Class 7 70013 'Oliver Cromwell' is seen gliding through Totnes with the southbound 'Royal Duchy' from Bristol Temple Meads to Par 7. 19/08: On her first run on the 'Torbay Express' for 2012, 4464 'Bittern' is seen racing through Teignmouth with the southbound leg to Kingswear 8. 05/08: unique BR Standard Class 8 71000 'Duke of Gloucester' is seen blasting south through Teignmouth on the 'Torbay Express' from Bristol Temple Meads to Kingswear 9. 02/09: 4464 'Bittern' is once again seen on the 'Torbay Express', this time speeding south through Dawlish Warren 10. 17/11: Returning from Carlisle on the 'Cumbrian Mountaineer', 6201 'Princess Elizabeth' is seen powering down the Settle and Carlisle at Armathwaite bound for Tyseley 11. 21/04: LMS Royal Scot Class 46115 'Scots Guardsman' is seen reversing out of Carnforth steam town before steaming northbound up the WCML towards Carlisle in preparation to haul its part of the Great Britain tour 12. 29/07: 70013 'Oliver Cromwell' is seen gliding through Teignmouth bound for Par 13. 27/04: former Southern Railway built Bullied Light Pacific 34067 'Tangmere' of the Battle of Britain fleet is seen trundling through Preston with a light engine working from Carnforth to Bristol Barton Hill 14. 10/03: Running the 'Shap, Settle and Carlisle' tour from Wolverhampton to Carlisle, GWR Castle Class 5043 'Earl of Mount Edgcumbe' and 6201 'Princess Elizabeth' are seen accelerating away from the yards at Carnforth 15. 27/04: 70013 'Oliver Cromwell' is seen climbing away from Preston through Leyland with the 'Great Britain' tour from Preston to Bristol Temple Meads 16. 15/07: 70000 'Britannia' is seen with its safety valves blowing off loudly as it rumbles slowly along the Sea Wall at Teignmouth with the 'Torbay Express' 17. 18/03: LMS Stanier 8F 48151 is seen departing Preston in classic form with the 'Roses Express' from Preston to York 18. 15/12: After arriving from Bristol Temple Meads with the 'Christmas Devonian', 34067 'Tangmere' is seen departing for Exeter Riverside with the empty stock for that tour 19. 19/08: On its first run on the 'Torbay Express', 4464 'Bittern' is seen climbing out of Torre with the return working to Bristol Temple Meads 20. 09/03: After a quick water stop, 5043 'Earl of Mount Edgcumbe' and 6201 'Princess Elizabeth' are seen departing from Preston with a light engine working to Carnforth 21. 22/07: 70000 'Britannia' bursts out of Parson's Tunnel near Teignmouth with the 'Torbay Express' bound for Kingswear 22. 05/08: 71000 'Duke of Gloucester' is seen racing out from under Shaldon Bridge at Teignmouth with the return leg of the 'Torbay Express' 23. 26/04: Arriving with the 'Great Britain' tour, 46233 'Duchess of Sutherland' is seen arriving at Preston from Glasgow Central 24. 15/04: GWR Manor Class 7827 'Lydham Manor' is seen climbing from Goodrington Sands bound for Kingswear 25. 05/08: 70013 'Oliver Cromwell' passes Teignmouth with the 'Royal Duchy' bound for Par 26. 01/12: 60009 'Union of South Africa' runs the 'Christmas White Rose' north past Ryther bound for York 27. 5043 'Earl of Mount Edgcumbe' is seen rumbling through Bamber Bridge with the returning 'Shap, Settle and Carlisle' tour bound for Wolverhampton 28. 70000 'Britannia' blasts north through Teignmouth with the 'Torbay Express' for Bristol 29. 28/07: 71000 'Duke of Gloucester' and 60163 'Tornado' are seen running through Teignmouth with the 'Tamar Devonian' 30. 27/04: 46233 'Duchess of Sutherland' is seen passing Leyland light engine bound for Crewe 31. 22/07: 70000 'Britannia' once again blasts past Teignmouth with the 'Torbay Express' to Bristol 32. 02/09: 4464 'Bittern' races through Teignmouth for Bristol with the 'Torbay Express Enjoy (I certainly did!) :D
Views: 486832 Ruairidh MacVeigh
This video is nothing short of outright fabulous as it takes the viewer through a complete overhaul for a steam locomotive. Brilliant stuff here!
Views: 48126 Lou Costello
British Steam Whistle Compilation
A good selection of some great whistles from the past 12 months. From Steam Locomotives to Steamships Enjoy.
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British Railways: Goodbye To Steam aka Railway Modernisation (1958) | British Pathé
This archive footage from 1958 depicts British Railways journey to modernisation and the transition away from steam-powered trains. For Archive Licensing Enquiries Visit: https://goo.gl/W4hZBv Explore Our Online Channel For FULL Documentaries, Fascinating Interviews & Classic Movies: https://goo.gl/7dVe8r #BritishPathé #History #Railway #Trains #BritishRailways Subscribe to the British Pathé YT Channel: https://goo.gl/hV1nkf (FILM ID:1549.07) Full title reads: "Goodbye To Steam". Intertitle reads: "British Railways meet the challenge of the age of abundant power". Angle shot, railway engine going past camera. GV Outside one of the large London Railway stations showing railway lines and train coming out of station. CU Man in signal box, pan to show him pulling levers. CU Signal going up. GV Train coming towards camera. GV Steam train. GV Aerial shots steam train. CU Man filming from plane. CU man in plane fitting equipment and then giving thumb's up sign. GV Aerial shot, railway lines. CU Man filming from plane. Steam train going along line. SV Draughtsmen in office. CU Men looking through magnifier at a plan. CU Magnified picture of plan, zoom to show Railway chiefs seated round table with plan, among them is Sir Philip Warter. SV Elevated, railway chiefs looking at plan. CU One of the railway executives. SV Man with model of section of railway line which he places on the table and the railway executives study it. CU Sign reading "Kent Coast Electrification Widening to Provide Four Tracks", pan to show railway line with only two tracks. GV Kent Coast line with men on bridge. SV Bridge with surveyor. CU Surveyor looking through theodolite. GV Tracking shot of men working. GV Men working at side of railway line with clouds of smoke coming from wood. CU New diesel engine. CU Sir Brian Robertson talking to train driver. CU People watching. CU Sir Brian Robertson blowing whistle. CU Int. diesel engine with driver operating controls. SV Diesel train moving out of station. CU Driver of diesel train. CU. Sir Brian Robertson sitting in carriage. LV Through window of diesel cab as train enters tunnel. SV Three engines on lines. CU Front of one of the engines with plate reading "Cornish Riviera Express". CU Driver. SV Cornish Riviera Express in station. SV Woman taking in washing because smoke is billowing up from railway lines beside her garden. GV Cornish Riviera Express coming towards camera. CU Front of steam train "The Bristolian". SV along top of engine as blows off steam. CU Hand pulling chain. CU valve. GV Platform. CU shovelling coal. GV As train goes along. CU Driver of train. CU Driver. CU Fireman. CU Fire with coal being shovelled. SV Looking over coal tender. SV From driver's cab of train going under bridge and out the other side. CU Driver. GV From driver's cab of railway lines with another steam train. SV Int. class for instruction of diesel engine drivers. CU Lecturer talks about metal object. CU Men looking at machinery. SV Royal Scot in station. CU Driver of Royal Scot. GV Activities on platform in which Royal Scot is standing. GV Royal Scot leaving station. GV Building with sign, "English Electric Co. Ltd. Preston". GV Int. of workshop showing men working on armatures. GV Ext. of building with "Vulcan Locomotives" painted on wall. GV Int. of workshop showing men working on railway engines. CU Man working inside railway engine. GV Workshop. SV Diesel train in station. CU Driver of diesel. GV railway lines in front of train as it moves along. SV Int. dining car in diesel train with attendant pouring coffee. GV Looking through cab window of railway lines in front of train as it goes under bridge and straight past station. CU Glass panel in door with "York Signal Box, Strictly Private", door opens. SV Man sitting at control panel of box, he reaches over to controls. CU Man's hands working controls. CU Plan on wall showing different lines and points. CU Hand pushing buttons. CU Signals. CU Point on lines. GV Steam train along lines. CU Train in museum. CU Compartment of old train. SV Ancient train "Locomotion 1828". SV Diesel Locomotive. CU "Deltic" written on side. GV Deltic. GV Train in station. Various shots in Deltic carriage. SV Coal trucks. SV Railway worker attaching pipe to train. GV Calder Hall Nuclear / Atomic Power station. GV Electrical pylons and cables. GV Diesel train "Sir Brian Robertson" in platform with crowds. GV Crowds. SV "Sir Brian Robertson" unveiled by Mr Grand, General Manager of the Western Region of British Railways. SV Crowd. SV Sir Brian Robertson by train. CU Sign "Sir Brian Robertson". GV The "Sir Brian Robertson" leaving Paddington Station. SV Steam train letting out smoke. CU Signals. GV Steam train. CU Train over the points. GV steam train leaving clouds of smoke. BRITISH PATHÉ'S STORY Before television, people came to movie theatres to watch the news. British Pathé was at the forefront of cinematic journalism, blending information with entertainment.
Views: 154304 British Pathé
2017 UK Steam - Video Highlights - Compilation From Mainline and Heritage Railways
This video shows some of the highlight of the steam locos that I have filmed in 2017 around the UK at main line locations and Heritage Railways. To keep the video relatively short I have included just a few clips from every month. I hope you enjoy the footage. I wish all my viewers and subscribers a very happy and prosperous New Year for 2018 and I thank you sincerely for the continued support of my channel with your comments, feedback, suggestions and the pointing out of the odd errors I may make. Best wishes everyone - Allan. (Allan5919)
Views: 2470 allan5919
Mainline Steam At Speed
A compilation of shots filmed over the last seven years showing steam trains at speed on the mainline.
Views: 46195 acw71000
British Steam and Freight Trains
freight trains from fox field railway Tanfield railway Great Central Railway Barrow Hill
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ARCHIVE BRITISH STEAM (1) - Treasured Memories of Steam
The Archive British Steam is a collection of rare original cine footage of working steam locomotives on British railways in the 1950s and 1960s. Volume One begins at Thrisk on the L.N.E.R. (London North Eastern railway) and features 04s in the East Midlands; former G.W.R. (Great Western Railway) locomotives around Didcot and in South Wales; dramatic shots of trains picking up water from troughs at Aynho; Stanier express locomotives; Southern Region Pacifics: rare shots taken of Longmore Military Railway; trains on the Mid-Hants line; Smallbrook junction on The Isle of Wight; Gresley’s magnificent “Wild Swan” plus many more. ----------- Volume Two: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgDXSKxpUss&feature=youtu.be ------------ Primera entrega de la serie “Archive British Steam”: Archivo del Vapor Británico. Filmaciones de aficionado convenientemente sonorizadas a posteriori. Recordamos a todos nuestros seguidores españoles que no se desesperen si no entienden el idioma, a veces las imágenes hablan por sí solas. Todavía nos queda un buen número de vídeos VHS originales por compartir recién llegados de la Gran Bretaña, de momento no nos ha fallado ninguno, a pesar de los años que tienen algunos, se nota que han sido bien cuidados, preservándolos del calor o la humedad.
Views: 32385 Manu Guinarte
UK Steam Locomotives
This video brings together a collection of clips taken at a number of preserved railways in the UK as well as some main line action. The clips were predominately taken during 2016, with a couple taken on an earlier UK trip in 2011. For those reading our travel blog, you will see some extra videos that didn't make it into our monthly summaries as well as extended cuts of clips you have already seen. 00:12 - Didcot Railway Centre, including visit of 'Tornado' 03:10 - Great Central Railway 11:59 - Mid Hants Railway 15:03 - Bluebell Railway 16:58 - Nene Valley Railway 20:37 - Keighley & Worth Valley Railway 22:24 - Isle of Wight Steam Railway 24:22 - North Yorkshire Moors Railway 27:27 - Ffestiniog Railway 29:13 - Welsh Highland Railway 31:14 - Talyllyn Railway 32:52 - Severn Valley Railway 37:26 - Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway 40:47 - West Somerset Railway 47:06 - Mainline Steam, including Flying Scotsman Thanks to all the preserved railways in particular for providing such amazing places to visit. If you are in the UK pay these railways a visit and consider supporting some of the great projects underway such as the bridge over the main line on the Great Central, the Bridgnorth redevelopment on the Severn Valley or the push to Broadway on the GWSR. The following music was taken from OCRemix (http://ocremix.org): Chrono Trigger 'Tears for a Girl' by Freemind and GrayLightning Plok 'Title Jam' by Mazedude Legend of Zelda Link's Awakening 'Animal Village Greenwich Village' by BenCousins Jurassic Park 'Before Time' by Danny Baranowsky and Ryan Probst Ninja Gaiden 'Emulated' by Jose Acosta Zelda II 'Hyrule Housing Inc.' by F4T4L_3RR0R Super Mario 64 'Wings to the Sky' by halc Super Thunder Black 'Blue Chopper' by Joe Redifer Sonic CD 'Running to the Beat by Arceace Sonic the Hedgehog 'Marble Dash' by Joshua Morse Additional music from the Youtube Audio Library.
Narrow Gauge Railways of Great Britain The Lynton & Barnstaple Steam Railway July 2016
SO SORRY for the spelling mistake on the title,it should read .... BARNSTAPLE........................................................................................... Saturday saw us tackle the very twisty and bendy roads to the Lynton & Barnstaple railway.The sun came out but the wind was very cold,this is summer isn't it? This a lovely little railway,we keep hearing about track extensions but nothing seems to get done. We enjoyed our stay, then we headed off to the Bideford Railway museum. All the video is shot hand held sorry if it's a little shaky.
Views: 5498 wooltman
Steam in the North East of England
HD video of steam in the North East of England
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Top 10 Extinct British Steam Locomotives
This is my first Top 10, after watching Christopher Kovacs's Top 15 Extinct American Steam Locomotives i decided to do my own version, but with British steam locomotives instead and with 5 less just because Britain is smaller. Enjoy the video, it took a day to record my voice and edit it. :)
Views: 122650 Pendennis Castle
Trains At High Speed: Steam Engines (UK Locos) Compared To Modern Traction
If you like speed this is for you. These steam locos can still move it! You may also like... High Speed Steam Compilation: 90 mph/150 kph ...(Bittern: hi speed runs) http://youtu.be/eKOrz8pR13o The USA Acela, French TGV, German ICE and Chinese High Speed Trains just glide along at very high speed. Perhaps that's the fascination with steam...you can see all the moving parts and hear the engine 'talk'....La Bete Humaine! Even non rail fans will enjoy the great power of fast steam locomotives on the mainline railroad.... also for kids who love railway videos like Thomas The Tank Engine! If you like railroad videos, a super fast steam engine on a high speed train - even if not now the worlds fastest train, or you are a railway preservation society enthusiast who loves heritage railways, old steam trains or you just love mainline steam or railroad videos ... I really hope you enjoy it! A list of all the clips quoted from and the channel of the people that posted the clips is given below. Please visit them and give them more hits. 0.00--0.05 Front Screen 0.05--0.15 Clip01 - Steam Train At Speed #128 willhayfield 0.15--0.22 Clip02 - 60163 'Tornado' at full pelt letmadnessbegin 0.22--0.31 Clip03 - 5043 Edgcumbe thrashes Wigan trainspotterize 0.31--0.41 Clip04 - Amtrak Acela Express In 150mph zone cchan006 0.41--0.51 Clip05 - Great Britain V - 34067"Tangmere' & 70013 jakeyboygen 0.51--1.57 Clip06 - TGV en Seine et Marne ErebosSan 0.57--1.03 Clip07 - A1 60163 Tornado on Cathedrals Explorer Helpston david69082 1.03--1.11 Clip08 - The Devonian 22-10-2011 hd GJDobbzy 1.11--1.21 Clip09 - ICE 1 - German high speed train in action Suedharzeisenbahnfan 1.21--1.34 Clip10 - 71000 at Shifnal wilbur6402 1.34--1.45 Clip12 - The Duke at Leighton Buzzard TheDevonian2011 1.45--1.56 Clip11 - China railway CRH3C, Wuhan-Guangzhou High Speed train makmak0424 1.56--2.07 Clip13 - 12-04-12 The Cathedrals Express 70000 Bristol NwsNoaaChaser 2.07--2.13 End Screen Notes To Complete Later: There's something special about steam trains at high speed! It's surprising how many people find them fascinating - from kids to preservation society members. For some people, they start out as children captivated by Thomas The Tank Engine - perhaps it's the Hogwarts Express for the Harry Potter fans! For others, they enjoy live steam! Steam on the main line or steam on heritage / preserved railways. The UK is the capital of preserved main line steam. New Zealand, Germany and Poland have quite a bit. US not as much as expected. Australia, Japan and South Africa some. A1 Tornado is an amazing project. In the UK there are great heritage railways like, The Bluebell Railway, The Mid Hants Railway, The North Yorkshire Moors Railway, The West Somerset Railway, The East Lanchashire Railway, The Great Central Railway, The Keighly And Worth Valley Railway, The Kent & East Sussex Railway, The North Norfolk Railway, The Severn Valley Railway, The South Devon Railway, The Paignton & Dartmouth Steam Railway and of course narrow gauge like The Welsh HIghland Railway, Tallyllyn Railway. West Coast Railways. In the US - Cumbres And Toltec, Durango And Silverton etc. Also steam features in Great Railway Journeys of the world by the BBC.
Views: 228679 HughFromAlice
Classic British Steam Engines - Duchess of Sutherland
Watch now on Amazon: https://goo.gl/5bzS54 This great train program records the story of the restoration to main line steam work of one of Sir William Stanier's magnificent "Princess Coronation" class Pacifics built for the London Midland and Scottish Railway number 6233 "Duchess of Sutherland". After many years of static exhibition the locomotive was the subject of a complete overhaul to restore her to her full glory.
Steam Trains Speeding Along (1947)
Unissued / unused material. Various shots steam trains (passenger and goods) speeding along railway lines somewhere rural in UK. The trains pass through small station and pass signals. Some good natural sound of trains. Date on original dope sheet is 17/10/1947. FILM ID:2198.1 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 43854 British Pathé
British Steam Locomotive Whistles 1
Here is a some engine whistles hope you like it
Steam Locomotives At Speed !!
STOP PRESS ! Steam Locomotives At Speed #3 Now Available To Watch ! Click link Below To View ! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyv_Ujl42iQ A compilation of British steam locomotives at speeds of 60mph and over. Scenes featured, are taken in the last three years, across the mainline network. Hope you enjoy the video. Fancy something different ? Try watching 'Steam Locomotives In The Countryside' Available below https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTf79x6BaKo Fancy something diffferent ? Try watching my steam lcoomotives in the countryside video. Click link below to watch. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DTf79x6BaKo Locos Featured GWR 5043 - Earl of Mount Edgecumbe GWR 4965 - Rood Ashton Hall LNER 60163 - Tornado LNER 4464 - Bittern LNER 60009 - Union Of South Africa SR 34047 - Tangmere SR 34046 - Braunton LMS 46233 - Duchess of Sutherland LMS 46115 - Scots Guardsman LMS 44932 - Black Five LMS 44871 - Black Five LMS 45407 - Black Five LMS 45699 - Galatea B.R 70013 - Oliver Cromwell B.R 70000 - Britannia
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Steam Engines Of The Southern Railways (S.R.)
This programme takes a look at some of the 2,390 steam engines operated by the Southern Railway until nationalisation in 1948. The Southern Railway was perhaps the most innovative of the four railway companies, with many famous examples surviving into preservation. The programme includes the prototype if the Lord Nelson Class, the many examples of the Merchant Navy Class, and the sole survivor of the King Arthur Class - Sir Lamiel. Steam locos from the Watercress, Great Central and the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railways, as well as the main line are all included in this programme.
During the January lull in railway activity I decided to create a video based on the rail transportation of freight in the U.K. using my library material. Goods trains have always fascinated me and it is a great pleasure to hear the clank of buffers and staccato wheel beat of short wheelbase goods vehicles as, until relatively recently, it was a sound that seemed lost forever. The video features preserved goods trains from the steam era right through to the high speed freight trains of today. The majority of the steam era scenes were shot at the Great Central Railway with additional footage from: The Severn Valley Railway, The Gloucestershire & Warwickshire Railway, The Battlefield Line, Chasewater Railway & Foxfield Railway, The mainline clips were shot on the West Coast Mainline just south of Lichfield and at Stafford Station. A companion video showing railways at work can be seen on: https://youtu.be/xvGduhCTX4I And another video devoted to goods trains is: https://youtu.be/C6NvHuPijvU For the 2018 Great Central Goods Galore Gala see: https://youtu.be/rE0hSajmXxI
Views: 22680 Parsound
Top 10 Great British Locomotive Collection Rivet Counting Cheap Trains
Let's rivet count the Great British Locomotive Collection issues 1 to 10. This OO gauge authentic looking steam and diesel trains explores the most amazing locomotives used in Britain. Examine the amazing pioneers of the early 19th Century machine age and the development of the steam locomotive, through to the present day diesel and electric machines that replaced them. The Great British Locomotives magazine brings an exciting series of collectable highly detailed models. Each 4mm scale 'OO' model comes with its own dedicated magazine, packed with history and facts about the most amazing locomotives ever built. Collect them all to build a superb encyclopaedia examining the history of the evolution of Britain's railway locomotives. Impress your mother, impress your girlfriend but most importantly impress yourself. Just be very careful if you can afford such an extensive collection of beautiful model trains. Finding out all the facts to how many is in this collection and total cost of collecting is not that easy to find. I wonder why? To get an insight into how the transition to Diesel and Electric trains halted the steam era keep reading on. 1968 was a decisive year of change for British Railways. The steam locomotives of British Railways were used by British Railways over the period 1948–1968. The vast majority of these were inherited from its four constituent companies, the "Big Four". In addition, BR built 2537 steam locomotives in the period 1948–1960, 1538 to pre-nationalisation designs and 999 to its own standard designs. These locomotives had short working lives, some as little as five years, because of the decision to end the use of steam traction by 1968, against a design life of over 30 years and a theoretical final withdrawal date of between 1990 and 2000. Web Links : http://www.greatbritishlocomotive.co.uk/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steam_locomotives_of_British_Railwayshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Rail_Class_55
Views: 490274 leokimvideo
The Great Britain X: Days 2 to 6 in Glasgow | Steam Compilation | May 2017
Compilation of steam traction back in business around Glasgow in early May 2017 for The Railway Touring Company's "Great Britain X" Railtour of the UK. Some fine locos in fine weather!
Views: 4861 TheDustyBinman
Great British Steam Engines - 2- The Stanier Express Engines Part 1 (RE-UPLOAD)
I re-uploaded this video because I originally used the "Cornation Scot" theme, which matched with some third-party content. The "Stanier Express Engines" talks about some of the mainline masterpieces designed by Sir William A. Stanier built for the London, Midland and Scottish Railway for use on the crack expresses on the West Coast Main Line between London and Glasgow. All copyrighted pictures and films are courtesy of their repective owners. No copyright infringement is intended.
Views: 22443 60007Gresley
Great Britain VI Steam Train Perth Perthshire Scotland
Tour Scotland video of the Great Britain VI Steam Train on a visit to the railway station in Perth, Perthshire.
Views: 3855 tourscotland

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