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Mallard on the 3rd July 1938

Discussion in 'The Big Four (1923-48)' started by neildimmer, Jul 5, 2018.

  1. neildimmer

    neildimmer Part of the furniture

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    Meant to put these up 2 days ago



    3 photos 4468 Mallard on its record breaking day











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    Pre War A4's - Railway-Photography

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    railway photographs from the last 100 years








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    Pre War A4's - Railway-Photography

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    railway photographs from the last 100 years

    Neil
     
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  2. LesterBrown

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    Everything in that train looks the part for two miles a minute running - except for the dynamometer car.
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