Railroading in England

Photos and text by Roy Blanchard


This three-cylinder 4-6-2 occupies center stage at the National Railway Museum in York. She was built in 1938 and in the same year set the world speed record for steam traction, 126 mph, in the course of running brake tests on a new LNER streamline train, "Coronation."

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