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» Shildon Locomotion museum 
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» November 11, 2019
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4-4-2 steamlocomotive # 251 of the Great Northern Railway (GNR) in the Shildon Locomotion museum, designed by H A Ivatt, built at Doncaster in 1902, withdrawn in 1947. It inaugurated the ‘big engine’ era on the East Coast route, and the wide firebox in British Express locomotives. From World War I to the late 1930s, the superheated large-boilered Atlantics performed much of their best work. They sometimes tackled very heavy trains and achieved particular fame on the various Pullman trains of the period.
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