Br Standard Class 4 2-6-4T about to depart from Rawtenstall station on the East Lancashire Railway. This was the loco's inaugural passenger train after a restoration that has taken over 30 years. ... (more)
Fairburn tank no. 42073 has just arrived at Lakeside on the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway. It blows off at the cylinder cocks as it draws forward to run around its train.
Fairburn 2-6-4 Tank has just arrived at Lakeside station on the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway. After uncoupling from its carriages it is starting to move forward to run around the train ready ... (more)
Delivered new in November 1953,80072 was a general purpose loco and was withdrawn in July 1965,having served a touch under 12 years main line service.Since then the loco has worked on several pres... (more)
Standard tank no. 80080 crosses Brooksbottom Viaduct, Summerseat in the pouring rain at the East Lancs. Railway. Autumn Steam.Gala.
An immaculate British Standard Class 4 No. 80002 seen approaching Oakworth during the Keighley Worth Valley Railway steam gale
2-6-4 tank engine heads a train for Goathland from Grosmont
A 1951 built class 4 tank locomotive,80002,has just arrived with a train at Oxenhope station.
This Standard Class 4 runs around its train before taking on water.
BR Standard tank no. 80072 under overhaul inside the shed at Llangollen.
8th Central European Steam Engine Grand Prix.
The huge and impressive LMS Fairburn-designed tanks were so numerous as to barely be noticed by enthusiasts in BR days. Their usual external appearance being dirty and woebegone. Two survived, bot... (more)
BR tank engine 80002, climbs out of Keighley with a train for Oxenhope on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway
This old glory, manufactured in 1929 by Henschel & Sohn G.m.b.H., is in public display in a garden just close to the railway station.