RailPictures.Net Photo: 46235 London Midland & Scottish Railway Class 8P 4-6-2 at London, United Kingdom by Brian Stephenson
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» London Midland & Scottish Railway (more..)
» Class 8P 4-6-2 (more..)
» Euston station (more..)
» London, United Kingdom (more..)
» September 07, 1962
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» 46235 (more..)
» Unknown
» Brian Stephenson (more..)
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Princess Coronation class Pacific No 46235 City of Birmingham is seen at London's Euston station after arrival with the 8am express from Manchester Piccadilly. Originally streamlined, this engine has been preserved in the City it is named after since its withdrawal from service in September 1964. Note the people awaiting the English Electric Type 4 diesel approaching on the adjacent platform,
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