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Early Locomotives Featured Steam Locomotives Print

Early Locomotives

Three early steam locomotives. Clockwise, from top left: Penydarren, the first working railway steam locomotive, invented by Richard Trevithick, 1804, John Blenkinsop's Salamanca, built in 1812, and 'Puffing Billy' built in 1814 by William Hedley, Jonathan Forster and Timothy Hackworth. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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Famous Steam Engine The Flying Scotsman Featured Steam Locomotives Print

Famous Steam Engine The Flying Scotsman

The famous steam engine the Flying Scotsman. (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images). The 21.34m-long, 100-tonne machine was designed by Sir Nigel Gresley, one of Britain's most famous steam locomotive engineers. It ran long-distance express trips from 1923 to 1963, setting speed records along the way. After 3, 341, 000km in service at the London and North Eastern Railway, the locomotive was bought by rich guy Alan Pegler, who paid a complete overhaul in 1968

LMS 6399 Fury Featured Steam Locomotives Print

LMS 6399 Fury

The newly-built locomotive 6399 'Fury', of the London Midland and Scottish Railway, leaving the Hyde Park works in Glasgow for trials, 7th February 1930. The Fury was an experimental express passenger locomotive using a high pressure steam boiler system, which proved impractical and led to the locomotive being laid up until 1935. It was then rebuilt with a conventional boiler to become 6170 British Legion. (Photo by S. R. Gaiger/Topical Press Agency/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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