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LNER Class A4 4902 Seagull
... LNER 4902 Seagull (or 60033 Seagull as it was renumbered under British Railways) was one of 35 Doncaster built LNER Class A4 Gresley Pacific steam locomotives ... When British Railways were nationalised and the LNER A4s were renumbered, 60033 Seagull and two of her sisters E22 Mallard and 60034 Lord Faringdon were used for the 1948 Locomotive Exchange ...
LNER Class J64
... The LNER Class J64 was a class of three 0-6-0T steam locomotives of the London and North Eastern Railway ... Light Railway and were acquired by the LNER when it took over the Mid-Suffolk in 1924 ... Number 3 was withdrawn immediately and never received an LNER number ...
Coaches Of The London And North Eastern Railway - Coaches Built By The LNER - Standard Corridor Stock
... The standard LNER corridor coach design was finalised in 1923, using a 60 ft underframe, though some for use on the Great Eastern were on 51 ft underframes ... The LNER standard coach was in advance of those of the other three of the Big Four by virtue of the Pullman gangways and buckeye couplers ... and windows was more traditional than modern, particularly as the LNER persisted with this construction until 1942 ...
LNER Pacifics - Preservation
... A total of eight original LNER pacifics have been preserved six of these are A4s (of which two are in North America), one A3 and one Peppercorn A2 ... Preserved LNER pacifics LNER No ... LNER 1946 No ...
LNER Peppercorn Class A2 60532 Blue Peter
... LNER Peppercorn A2 Class No ... survivor of 15 locomotives of the 4-6-2 Peppercorn A2 Class, designed by Arthur Peppercorn of the LNER ...