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Victorian Railways Dd Class - Preservation - Static
... A single example of each of the D2 and D4 locomotives were retained for preservation. 13 other D3 class locomotives remain, either preserved in static display or stored awaiting restoration or as a supply of parts ... No original D1 class locomotives have survived into preservation ...
British Rail Class 15 - Working Life
... The first ten locomotives were delivered to the London Midland Region's Devons Road depot in Bow, East London, where they were evaluated against the ... to March depot in East Anglia, however due to the Clean Air Act 1956 the locomotives were quickly re-allocated to East London, allowing the replacement ...
Victorian Railways Dd Class - History - Reclassing: D1, D2 and D4 Class
... In 1922 a complex renumbering and reclassing of VR locomotives saw the Dd class split into two subclasses, the D1 class (comprising all the original ... cylinders) and the D2 class (comprising superheated locomotives with either 18 or 19 in ... With the introduction of a further D3 class in 1929, the Dde tank locomotives were reclassified as D4 class in 1929 ...
British Rail Class 15 - Construction
... These ten locomotives, numbered D8200–D8209, entered service between November 1957 and November 1958 ... The design showed sufficient promise for a repeat order for 34 more locomotives to be placed soon afterwards ... These locomotives, numbered D8210–D8243 and built by Clayton at Hatton, Derbyshire, were delivered between October 1959 and February 1961 ...
Western Maryland Scenic Railroad - Locomotives
... ex-Lake Superior and Ishpeming Railroad #734, a 1916 Baldwin-built 2-8-0 steam locomotive painted in WM "fireball" livery ... The locomotive came to the line from the Illinois Railway Museum in 1991 ... In addition, the WMSR has two ex-Conrail GP30 diesel locomotives (#501 being former PRR, #502 being former Reading) ...

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    The flower-fed buffaloes of the spring
    In the days of long ago,
    Ranged where the locomotives sing
    And the prairie flowers lie low:—
    Vachel Lindsay (1879–1931)