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"Flying Scotsman"
the worlds most famous locomotive, with the 10.30 Marylebone to Stratford Shakespeare Ltd
 
Published by Preserved Steam Trains by
MILEPOST
LNER01 AU$2.00
 
 
 
Record breaking A4 Pacific "Mallard" bursts out of Weeton Tunnel with the Scarborough Flyer
 
Published by Preserved Steam Trains by
MILEPOST
LNER02 AU$2.50
photographers name hand written on reverse. Photographer Bill Sharman
 
 
LNER "Flying Scotsman" (1923)
Since bing purchased from British Rail for private preservation in 1963, "Flying Scotsman" has toured North America as well as operating many special trains in various parts of Great Britain. It is now based at Steamtown, Carnforth, Lancashire
 
Printed and Published by Dennis & Sons Scarborough
Photocolour
78
LNER03 AU$1.75
 
 
 
LNER 4-6-0 No.1306 (Class B1) and 4-6-2 No.4472 'Flying Scotsman' (Class A3) head a special train across Newbiggin Viaduct, Cumbria. May 1976
(C) R.M. Quinn Collection
Published by After the Battle
a quarterly publication UK
6
LNER04 AU$1.95
 
 
 
Railway Series D.211, 8 designs
L.N.E.R. Class A3 Pacific 4472 'Flying Scotsman' preserved and pictured visiting Dartmouth. This class was introduced in 1938 by Sir Nigel Gresley and proved very fast and economical engines
Now preserved at Steamtown Railway Museum, Carnforth, Lancashire.
 
single item
Printed and Published by Dennis & Sons Scarborough
Collectors Item Number 5
67
LNER05 AU$1.95
 
 
L & N.E.R. Class A4 4-6-2 No.4498
"Sir Nigel Gresley"
Built in 1937, this famous engine ws the hundredth "Pacific" type locomotive built to the design by Sir Nigel Gresley and named inhis honour at the request of the directors of the London & North Estern Railway Company. When withdrawn from railway service, No.4498 was purchased for private preservation, underwent a general overhaul for present day main line running and powered serveral tours run in 1967 by the A4 Locomotive Society Ltd
Photograph Courtesy N.E. Preedy
 
Natural Colour by
J Arthur Dixon
T8027
damaged reverse
LNER06 AU$1.00
 
 
Railway Series D211, 8 designs
L.N.E.R. Class A3 Pacific 4472 'Flying Scotsman' preserved and pictured visiting Dartmouth. This class was introduced in 1928 by Sir Nigel Gresley and proved very fast and economical engines
Now preserved at Steamtown Railway Museum, Carnforth, Lancashire
 
Printed & Published by Dennis & Sons Scarborough
Photocolour
78
single item
LNER07 AU$2.00
 
 
LNER Class N2 suburban tank No.69523 at Swithland on the Great Central Railway
 
Preserved Steam Trains by
MILEPOST
photographers name hand written on reverse. Photographer Bill Sharman
LNER08 AU$2.50
 
 
L. & N.E.R. 4-6-2 locomotive No.4468
"Mallard" (Class A4)
Designed by the Chief Mechanical Engineer of the L.&N.E.R., Sir Nigel Gresley, No. 4468 set up a new speed record for steam traction on Sunday, July 3rd 1938, during brake trials. The record was made between Grantham and Peterborough on the main line. The train passed Grantham at 24m.p.j. at Stoke. Having passed the summit, speed rose rapidly to 104m.p.h. in 3 miles and culminated in 126 m.p.h. at Mile Post 90 1/4 and over 120 m.p.h. was maintained for 3 miles. This locomotive is now preserved at the Museum of British Transport, London SW4
 
Published by J. Arthur Dixon
Natural Colour
T.2905
LNER09 AU$2.00
 
 
Railway Series D.213, 8 Designs
L.N.E.R. 2-6-2 Class V2 No. 4771 'Green Arrow' Passenger and freight loco introduced in 1936. They were put through extensive trials, both passenger and freight. This particular engine was to be seen with the 3.55pm Scottish Goods from London, a very heavy train indeed. Now preserved in National Rail Museum at York.
 
Printed & Published by Dennis & Sons Scarborough
collectors item no. 14
67
single item
LNER10 AU$1.75
single item
 
 
Railway Series D.241, 8 Designs
The L.N.E.R. Class B1 Mixed Traffic 4-6-0 No.1306 was named 'Mayflower' at Boston (Lincs) on 13th July. 1971 commemorating the association with the Pilgrim Fathers adn the twin twons of Boston (Lincs) - Boston (Massachusetts, USA)
Now preserved at Steamtown Railway Museum Cornforth, Lancashire.
 
Printed and Published by Dennis & Sons Scarborough
Collectors item NO.19
67
single item
LNER11 AU$1.75
 
 
LNER 4-6-0 No.1306 (Class B1) and 4-6-2 'Flying Scotsman' (Class A3) head a special train across Newbiggin Viaduct, Cumbria, May 1976
 
(C) Copyright R.M. Quinn Collection
After the Battle
A quarterly publication UK
LNER12 AU$2.25
 
 
 
LNER No.1306 'Mayflower'
 
Photo by Roy Harrison
Published by Nene Valley Railway
LNER13 AU$2.00
 
 
 
L. & N.E.R. 4-6-2 locomotive No.4468
"Mallard" (Class A4)
Designed by the Chief Mechanical Engineer of the L.&N.E.R., Sir Nigel Gresley, No. 4468 set up a new speed record for steam traction on Sunday, July 3rd 1938, during brake trials. The record was made between Grantham and Peterborough on the main line. The train passed Grantham at 24m.p.j. at Stoke. Having passed the summit, speed rose rapidly to 104m.p.h. in 3 miles and culminated in 126 m.p.h. at Mile Post 90 1/4 and over 120 m.p.h. was maintained for 3 miles. This locomotive is now preserved at the Museum of British Transport, London SW4
 
Published by J. Arthur Dixon
Natural Colour
T.2905
LNER14 AU$2.25
 
LNER Class A4 Pacific "Sir Nigel Gresley" with Southern Railway 4-6-0 "Lord Nelson" at Carnforth
 
Preserved Steam Trains by
MILEPOST
Photographers name hand written on reverse Photographer Bill Sharman
LNER15 AUS2.25
 
 
Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the 126 m.p.h. World Steam Speed Record on the 3rd July 1938
The L.N.E.R. Pacific "Mallard"
Designed by Sir Nigel Gresley, built at Doncaster to last
 
Published jointly by Doncaster Philatelic Society, Doncaster Postcard Club and Rockware Philatelic Society
Photographer D. Porter
Printed by Thought Factory Leicester
PR - 3000
LNER16 AU$16.75
 
 
L. & N.E.R. 4-6-2 locomotive No.4468
"Mallard" (Class A4)
Designed by the Chief Mechanical Engineer of the L.&N.E.R., Sir Nigel Gresley, No. 4468 set up a new speed record for steam traction on Sunday, July 3rd 1938, during brake trials. The record was made between Grantham and Peterborough on the main line. The train passed Grantham at 24m.p.j. at Stoke. Having passed the summit, speed rose rapidly to 104m.p.h. in 3 miles and culminated in 126 m.p.h. at Mile Post 90 1/4 and over 120 m.p.h. was maintained for 3 miles. This locomotive is now preserved at the Museum of British Transport, London SW4
 
Published by J. Arthur Dixon
PTS/92905
LNER17 AU$3.00
 
 
LNER 2-6-0 Class K4 No.3442
'The Great Marquess' hauling Gresley teak coaches on the Severn Valley Railway
 
A Railway Modeller Magazine Postcard
Severn Valley Railway
LNER18 AU$2.00
 
                      
Ex LNER Class K1 2-6-0 No.2005
K1 Steam on the West Highland Line heading towards Mallaig.
 One of a class of mixed traffic locomitives disigned by A.H. Peppercorn and built by the North British Locomotive Co. in 1949/50. The locomotive saw widespread service and in 1960 hauled the Royal Train. On being withdrawn from BR service it was purchased and donated to the North East Locomotive Preservation Group where it was restored by the Group by 1974
Weight; 66 tons   Tractive effort; 32,080lbs   Driving wheels; 5'2"   Cylinders; 20" x 26"   Pressure; 225lbs
 
Photo Dennis Hardley
Produced by Firtree Publishing Ltd
LNER19 AU$2.50
 
 
LNER Class V2 Loco No.4771 'Green Arrow' at Steamtown Railway Museum, Carnforth, March 30, 1975
 
(C)T. Boustead
After the Battle
A quarterly publication magazine postcard UK
LNER20 AU$2.00
 
 
Railway Series D211, 8 designs
L.N.E.R. Class A3 Pacific 4472 'Flying Scotsman' preserved and pictured visiting Dartmouth. This class was introduced in 1928 by Sir Nigel Gresley and proved very fast and economical engines
Now preserved at Steamtown Railway Museum, Carnforth, Lancashire
 
Printed & Published by Dennis & Sons Scarborough
Photocolour
67
single item
LNER21 AU$1.00
 
 
LNER Class V2 3-Cylnder 2-6-2 mixed trafic locomotive no.4771 Green Arrow near york with a special train to Scarborough in August 1986
 
Photo C.M. Hagg/NRM
Printed by Beric Tempest &Co. Cornwall
Published by the National Railway Museum, York
LNER22 AU$2.00
 
Railway Series D211, 8 designs
L.N.E.R. Class A3 Pacific 4472 'Flying Scotsman' preserved and pictured visiting Dartmouth. This class was introduced in 1928 by Sir Nigel Gresley and proved very fast and economical engines
Now preserved at Steamtown Railway Museum, Carnforth, Lancashire
 
Printed & Published by Dennis & Sons Scarborough
Photocolour
89
single item
LNER23 AU$2.25
 
 
LNER Class B1 loco No.1306 'Mayflower' at Quorn & Woodhouse with a GCR passenger train, July 1, 1979
 
(C)T. Boustead
After the Battle
A quarterly publication UK
P174
LNER24 AU$2.00
 
 
Railway Series D217, 8 Designs
LNER 4-6-2 Class A4 No. 4469 'Mallard', Designed by Sir Nigel Gresley and built in 1938. This loco holds the World Steam Speed Record of 126 m.p.h attained on a test run down Stoke Bank on 3rd July 1938
 
Single item
Published by Dennis & Son Scarborough
Collectors item No.26
89
LNER25 AU$1.95
 
 
 
LNER Class A3 Pacific No.4472 "Flying Scotsman" on the Camforth Turntable, April 23, 1977
 
(C) T. Boustead
After the Battle Publication
A quarterly magazine (UK)
P172
LNER26 AU$2.00

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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