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Flying Scotsman Train | Facts About The Flying Scotsman Train

Flying Scotsman Train | Facts About The Flying Scotsman Train

Ford produced the RS1700T, based on the Mk3 Escort and running a turbocharged RWD engine. But they scrapped the idea and built the mid-engined, 4WD RS200 Group B car, which was based on the same BDA engine

Ford produced the RS1700T, based on the Mk3 Escort and running a turbocharged RWD engine. But they scrapped the idea and built the mid-engined, 4WD RS200 Group B car, which was based on the same BDA engine

GWR No.1338 - One of a class of only two engines, unusually employing Kitson-Hawthorn valve gear with the link above the running plate, built for the Cardiff Railway in 1898. The Cardiff Railway was owned by the Marquis of Bute and was the smallest railway absorbed into the Great Western in 1923. It operated a 'main line' of 11 and a half miles connecting to the Taff Vale railway (also absorbed into the GWR in 1923) and 120 miles of dock and colliery sidings. It owned only tank locomotives…

GWR No.1338 - One of a class of only two engines, unusually employing Kitson-Hawthorn valve gear with the link above the running plate, built for the Cardiff Railway in 1898. The Cardiff Railway was owned by the Marquis of Bute and was the smallest railway absorbed into the Great Western in 1923. It operated a 'main line' of 11 and a half miles connecting to the Taff Vale railway (also absorbed into the GWR in 1923) and 120 miles of dock and colliery sidings. It owned only tank locomotives…

Isambard Brunel was an English engineer who changed how people lived forever in the mid 19th century. He was the man who proposed the width of railroad tracks now used all over the world today (4 feet 8 1/2 inches); he dug the first rail tunnels under a river; he built the first all-metal steamships capable of crossing the Atlantic (SS Great Western) in 1838 & built the biggest ship in the world (SS Great Britain). He was considered the greatest engineer of his age. His influence is felt…

SS Great Eastern: Brunel's Greatest Triumph or Folly?

Isambard Brunel was an English engineer who changed how people lived forever in the mid 19th century. He was the man who proposed the width of railroad tracks now used all over the world today (4 feet 8 1/2 inches); he dug the first rail tunnels under a river; he built the first all-metal steamships capable of crossing the Atlantic (SS Great Western) in 1838 & built the biggest ship in the world (SS Great Britain). He was considered the greatest engineer of his age. His influence is felt…

Viseo - News Video & Podcast Theme (News / Editorial)

Viseo - News, Video, & Podcast Theme

GWR 4073 Class No 5051 "Drysllwyn Castle" / "Earl Bathurst" - Designed as a more powerful, updated version of Churchward's renowned 'Star' class of 1906, the 'Castles' were an immediate success, and achieved an enviable reputation for speed during the inter-war years on such trains as the one-time world's fastest, the Cheltenham Flyer. A total of 171 'Castles' were in service by 195, which included 25 converted from 'Stars' and one from 'The Great Bear', Britain's first 4-6-2 (Pacific)…

GWR 4073 Class No 5051 "Drysllwyn Castle" / "Earl Bathurst" - Designed as a more powerful, updated version of Churchward's renowned 'Star' class of 1906, the 'Castles' were an immediate success, and achieved an enviable reputation for speed during the inter-war years on such trains as the one-time world's fastest, the Cheltenham Flyer. A total of 171 'Castles' were in service by 195, which included 25 converted from 'Stars' and one from 'The Great Bear', Britain's first 4-6-2 (Pacific)…

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