RailPictures.Net Photo: 80002 Keighley & Worth Valley Railway Steam 2-6-4 Tank at Haworth, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom by Steve Armitage
 
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Keighley & Worth Valley Railway (more..)
Steam 2-6-4 Tank (more..)
Stubbing Gate, between Haworth and Oxenhope  (more..)
Haworth, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom (more..)
April, 2003
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80002 (more..)
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Steve Armitage (more..)
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The 155 British Railways 'Standard' 2-6-4 tanks were a development of earlier designs for the London Midland & Scottish Railway under sucessive Chief Mechanical Engineers - Sir Henry Fowler, Sir William Stanier and Charles Fairburn. Very powerful and thoroughly modern machines they were well-suited to all traffic except long-distance expresses. One of 15 to escape the cutter's torch, 80002 is seen at Stubbing Gate in fully lined black livery. She wears it well.
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