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Photo ID: 530330

One hundred and five 'M7' class 0-4-4 Tanks of Dugald Drummond's design were built for the London & South Western Railway.They were built at Nine Elms (95) and Eastleigh (10) between March 1897 un... (more)

Railroad: London and South Western Railway
Locomotive: Ex-L&SWR M7 class 0-4-4 Tank
Location: Nr. Wittersham, Kent, United Kingdom
Locomotive #: 30053
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May 05, 2015


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By: Steve Armitage

Added: May 09, 2015

Views: 713
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Photo ID: 530208

Photo charters always rely on that most uncertain of elements - good fortune. A stiff breeze and (as here) an occasional threatening cloud added variety to a changeable forecast, but there were so... (more)

Railroad: London and South Western Railway
Locomotive: Ex-L&SWR M7 class 0-4-4 Tank
Location: Nr. Wittersham, Kent, United Kingdom
Locomotive #: 30053
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May 05, 2015


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By: Steve Armitage

Added: May 08, 2015

Views: 628
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Photo ID: 530207

Centuries ago, the Rother levels in Kent were reclaimed from the sea and the Hexden channel still weaves across the fen-like landscape draining into the nearby River Rother. Late evening sun silho... (more)

Railroad: London and South Western Railway
Locomotive: Ex-L&SWR M7 class 0-4-4 Tank
Location: Nr. Wittersham, Kent, United Kingdom
Locomotive #: 30053
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May 05, 2015


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By: Steve Armitage

Added: May 08, 2015

Views: 828
Comments: 1

Favorited: 11

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Photo ID: 530092

The days of the cross-country pick-up freight were already numbered long before the end of steam in Britain. Although such operations were hopelessly uneconomic, delightfully bucolic scenes such a... (more)

Railroad: London and South Western Railway
Locomotive: Ex-L&SWR M7 class 0-4-4 Tank
Location: Nr. Northiam, East Sussex, United Kingdom
Locomotive #: 30053
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May 05, 2015


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By: Steve Armitage

Added: May 07, 2015

Views: 812
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Photo ID: 388135

LSWR 53 (30053) passes Kinchley Lane with the 1130 Loughborough - Leicester North during the Great Central Railway's Winter Steam Gala Weekend. The LSWR M7 is a class of 0-4-4 passenger tank loco... (more)

Railroad: London and South Western Railway
Locomotive: Steam 0-4-4
Location: Loughborough, United Kingdom
Locomotive #: 30053
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: January 28, 2012


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By: John Bowler

Added: Jan 29, 2012

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Photo ID: 226254

In wet misty weather, LSWR Beattie well tank no 30587 prepares for a day's duty at the National Railway Museum annex at Locomotion, Shildon.

Railroad: London and South Western Railway
Locomotive: Steam 2-4-0
Location: Lancashire, United Kingdom
Locomotive #: 30587
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 14, 2007


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By: Graham Williams

Added: Mar 06, 2008

Views: 1,526
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Photo ID: 206148

This beautiful Adams LSWR 4-4-0 no 563 is on display at the National Railway Museum annexe at Shildon, County Durham

Railroad: London and South Western Railway
Locomotive: Steam 4-4-0
Location: Shildon, United Kingdom
Locomotive #: 563
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 14, 2007


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By: Graham Williams

Added: Oct 13, 2007

Views: 2,693
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Favorited: 2

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