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High Quality Polyster Canvas ,the High Definition Art Decorative Prints On Canvas Of Oil Painting ‘Peter Paul Rubens A View Of Het Steen In The Early Morning ‘, 8 X 14 Inch / 20 X 35 Cm Is Best For Kitchen Decor And Home Decoration And Gifts

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Still More Streamlined Steam and Early Diesels


Still more streamlined steam and early diesels set to “Power of the American Native” by Dance 2 Trance

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MRI – Early Learning Series – Inventions Discoveries For kids


For Online Purchase: www.abiramiaudio.com MAGIC BOX ANIMATION PROUDLY PRESENTS EARLY LEARNING SERIES(PRE-SCHOOL) Inventions Discoveries 100 things that changed our life 1. PENCIL 2. BALL POINT PEN 3. FOUNTAIN PEN 4. PAPER 5. PRINTING PRESS 6. TYPEWRITER 7. BRAILLE 8. FAX MACHINE 9. XEROGRAPHY…

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Mainline Steam tours during early 2011


A video compilation of some of the steam hauled railtours which took place between February and April in 2011. Featuring the St Valentines express, The Salopian, The Coronation express and The East Midlander.

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Southern Steam – the early days of the Bulleid Pacifics


Scenes from the early life of the Bulleid pacifics. Merchant Navy Class 4-6-2 No.21C1 ‘Channel Packet’ under construction at Eastleigh in 1941. Views of Bulleid’s chain driven motion being tested. Channel Packet’s naming ceremony in 1941. Merchant Navy Class 4-6-2 No.21C19 ‘French Line CGT’, with the later arrangement of smoke deflectors, being prepared for duty at Nine Elms, revering into Waterloo and departing with the 3:30 for Bournemouth. Scenes at Waterloo featuring the hydraulic buffer stops and No.21C12 ‘United States Lines’ departing with a West Country express. A short clip of No.21C16 ‘Elders Fyffes’ at speed. Battle of Britain Class 4-6-2 No.21C149 Anti-Aircraft Command in colour in 1947. Merchant Navy Class 4-6-2 No.35017 ‘Belgian Marine’ during the British Railways Locomotive Exchange trials at Euston and hauling the ‘Royal Scot’ up Camden Bank in 1948, with a Stanier water-scoop tender and the LMS dynamometer car in tow.

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What equine name was given to early steam locomotives,especially in the US West?

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Union Pacific steam locomotive departs early

Union Pacific steam locomotive departs early
Many Central Arkansas residents hoping to see Union Pacific steam locomotive No. 844 during its stop in North Little Rock probably were disappointed.

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Southern Steam in London – Scenes from the pre-nationalisation and early British Railways era


A cornucopia of classic clips from the mid-1920s to the early 1950s depicting Southern Steam in London. 1) Departing Waterloo behind an N15 (‘King Arthur’) Class 4-6-0. The date is not known, but the Waterloo ‘A’ Signal box which can be seen straddling the lines at the end of the platforms was removed in 1936. 2) Adams G6 Class 0-6-0T No.269 shunting at Nine Elms in 1926. 3) A Maunsell V (‘Schools’) Class 4-4-0 in original condition (without smoke deflectors) circa 1930. 4) An ex-LBSCR Billington L Class 4-6-4T passenger tank engine departs from London Bridge. 5) A Maunsell ‘U’ Class 2-6-0 passing East Croydon. 6) An L Class 4-6-4T (No.B327) arrives at East Croydon. 7) Colour film of a Wainwright E Class 4-4-0 at London Bridge in the 1930s. 8) A Drummond L12 Class 4-4-0 at Waterloo in the 1930s 9) N15 (‘King Arthur’) Class 4-6-0 No.779 ‘Sir Colgrevance’is prepared for departure at Waterloo circa 1946. 10) An Maunsell 4-4-0 departs Victoria in the late 1940s. The engine is a E1, D1 or L1 – the three types were very similar in appearance and there’s not a lot to go on; the E1s and D1s were rebuilds of the Wainwright E and D classes, the L1s were new builds in the 1920s. 11) Bulleid Light Pacific No.21C137 (a member of the ‘West Country’ class and later to be named ‘Clovelly’) backs on to the Golden Arrow, then departs with the ex-South Eastern & Chatham ‘H’ Class 0-4-4T that had brought the stock into Victoria assisting at the rear. 12) ‘Out the window’ footage from a 1951

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