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PHOTOGRAPH BLACK WHITE TRAIN STEAM ENGINE FRONT FINE ART PRINT POSTER CC1473

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Carry on steam showmans engine at felixtowe sea front 2009


Carry on steam showmans engine at felixtowe sea front 2009

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View From An Engine Front – Ilfracombe (1898)


This careering ride through the Devon countryside to the seaside town of Ilfracombe can offer us some insights into the first years of film. “Phantom rides” such as this were very popular with audiences as the novelty of movement was what was so new about the cinema. Films were often shown as part of travelling fairgrounds, so the rollercoaster nature of the trip is no coincidence. One thing to bear in mind whilst watching is that early film cameras were cranked by hand. So please spare a thought for the man clinging to the front of the steam engine to take you on your journey. All aboard! (Jez Stewart) You can watch over 1000 other complete films and TV programmes from the BFI National Archive free of charge at the new BFI Mediatheque – www.bfi.org.uk

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Steam/snow Tornado 60163 Eurostar rescue. Canterbury West/Dover sea front 21 Dec 09


White Cliffs Luncheon Express. London Victoria to Dover. Video covers Canterbury to Dover; sea front & docks. Stranded Eurostar passengers offered a lift. All other services to Ashford suspended due to the snow. Notice the general lack of trains. news.bbc.co.uk 60163Tornado is a main-line steam locomotive built in Darlington, England, the first such locomotive built in the United Kingdom since Evening Star, the last steam locomotive built by British Railways, in 1960. Designed to meet modern safety and certification standards, Tornado runs on the UK rail network and on mainline-connected heritage railways.

5 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - October 27, 2011 at 3:45 am

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Front Porch: Shred your sensitive documents in Sultan

Front Porch: Shred your sensitive documents in Sultan
A free paper shredding event is planned Friday and Saturday in Sultan. Take bills, medical records, private information or other paperwork from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. both days to First Street and Alder Avenue in Sultan.

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What are those things called on the front of steam trains? i mean the triangular thing?

A friend cays snowplough but i swear i saw somewhere it had cattle in the name, any help?

8 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - February 21, 2011 at 9:43 pm

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What’s that one compartment in the front of s steam locomotive?

That little room in the very front of the steam locomotive.
Where two guys can pull the brakes, put wood into the fire for the chimney, has the boiler, and I think the smokebox and stuff. That entire little section, room… compartment…
I’d like to know what it’s called, if it has a name. Maybe it’s just called the ‘boiler-room’.
I can’t find any diagrams of a steam locomotive with that one section. Thanks for any answers. 🙂

4 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - January 1, 2011 at 2:44 am

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Train Experts: What is the thing (“Plow”) in front of an old steam engine called?

Couldn’t find it on Wikipedia. I’d be happy to hear multiple answers, different “nicknames”…

The thing is in front of the engine and I assume its function is to clear away obstacles from the tracks. It looks like a plow, but a bit different in that it’s made up of several slanted bars.

5 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - December 24, 2010 at 9:34 pm

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