Railroading in England

Photos and text by Roy Blanchard

Locomotive Headlight, National Railway Museum, York

One of the most remarkable aspects of turn-of-the century locomotive design in England was the incredible amount of "fussy" decoration. This diminutive lamp on the pilot of one ancient steamer is typical. I wonder if it would meet the FRA requirements for a "ditch light."

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