A rare view inside the cab of World Record Holder, A4 class no 4468 Mallard on display at Locomation in County Durham, a site owned by the National Railway Museum. Mallard will be visiting Germany... (more)
The National Railway museum at York has a subsidiary in the County Durham village of Shildon where years ago an important wagon works was situated. Last month a guest engine was transferred from Y... (more)
Furness Railway No 20 is on loan to this offshoot of the Museum at York. sunday was a day for the children and the engine was in steam giving rides in the brake van(caboose).
Deltic prototype at the Diesel Days weekend at the museum. This was a very rare opportunity to see the loco outside, this has only happened a handful of times since it's preservation nearly half a... (more)
Preserved Western class diesel hydraulic on display at Shildon ready for the NRM's Diesel Days weekend
Two English Electric class 37s on display for the NRM's Diesel Days weekend. DRS 37038 still works for a living and was a late stand in and not cleaned up. 37003 is preserved by the Class 37 group... (more)
60074 in it' s special livery for the Teenage Cancer Research charity on display for the NRM's Diesel Days weekend. It is also the first EWS loco to display new owner DB's corporate logo
LNER class J52 0-6-0ST at The National Railway Museum
Privately preserved English Electric Type 3 clears its throat
One of 155 members of a class of narrow gauge locos built ordered by the UK War Department from Hunslet in Leeds for use behind the trenches during WW1 for the movement of personnel, munitions, an... (more)
The 1955-built Deltic prototype is seen here on display at the National Railway Museum annexe at Shildon, County Durham. Alongside is LNWR 2-2-2 Cornwall.
This electric loco used third rail pick up or overhead wires and was built for shunting in 1904. It is now on display at the National Railway Museum annexe at Shildon, County Durham.
This unusual LNWR 2-2-2, 3020 Cornwall, built in 1847, is on display at the National Railway Museum annexe at Shildon, County Durham. Have you ever seen a driving wheel that big? The diameter is 8... (more)
This beautiful Adams LSWR 4-4-0 no 563 is on display at the National Railway Museum annexe at Shildon, County Durham
1958 built electric locomotive E5001 on display at the National Railway Museum annexe at Shildon, County Durham