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TVRM 610 Last run of 2007 IC STEAMBOAT Whistle 122207


TVRM 610 Last run of 2007 with a beautiful IC STEAMBOAT Whistle on it 122207

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Last Steam Engine Train Leo Kottke – Cover Brock Camden


My rendition of leo’s rendition of last steam engine train at the Hillfield Senior Music Night 2011.

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The last steam loco built in China – SY 1772


SY class locomotive no. 1772 was the last steam engine to be built in China in 1999. It is seen here on an early morning passenger service near Teifa, filmed on 17th October 2005 during a Railway Touring Company trip to China.

25 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - November 14, 2011 at 9:35 pm

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The Last Days of Steam – classic archive cine film


Found in our archive – the last days of steam from Perry’s Movies.

25 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - November 6, 2011 at 9:41 pm

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Last BR Steam 1968 vintage cine film on DVD


This UK PAL DVD is available from www.svsfilm.com The 30939archives Silent Cine Series features restored cine film footage and colour slides from the 1960’s. LAST MONTHS OF BRITISH RAILWAYS STEAM From May to August 1968 Dick Franklin and Bob Bridger made a number of visits to the North West of England. They wanted to capture with their cine cameras, the final months of standard gauge regular service steam on British Railways. A variety of classes were working, Black 5, 8F, 9F, 73xxx and 75xxx plus Britannia 70013 on rail tours. During this period of 1968 there were a flurry of rail tours. This DVD includes film of trips run by the Locomotive Club of Great Britain, Roch Valley Railway Society, Manchester Rail Travel Society and Severn Valley Railway Society. Also included are visits to the last loco sheds to use steam Rose Grove, Lostock Hall and Carnforth. When steam ended in August 1968 it marked the end of a significant era in the history of the railways of Britain. Producer BOB BRIDGER Project Consultant DICK FRANKLIN Clip List CINE FILM from DICK FRANKLIN and BOB BRIDGER with some slides from Graham Stacey PART 1: 02-May-68 MOSSLEY HILL for Aigburth 45156, 92118 02-May-68 WEST ALLERTON 45305, 45156 02-May-68 ALLERTON for Garston & Woolton 45386 03-May-68 ROSE GROVE Station and Loco Shed 48666, 48167 04-May-68 PLEASINGTON area lineside 45407, 48167, 75019 14-May-68 ARNSIDE including visit to signalbox 45209, 44877, 75027 15-May-68 ARNSIDE to SANDSIDE Brake Van Ride

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Last of the Steam-Powered Trains


A short clip of an afternoon spent in and around the SL Yamaguchi, a Japanese steam train that runs between Tsuwano (Shimane Prefecture) and the capital of Yamaguchi Prefecture. Set to the Kinks classic, “Last of the Steam-Powered Trains.”

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AC16 221A – “Last Steam Train to Ferny Grove” – 12.12.2010


On Sunday, 12th December 2010 a special series of steam train trips was run to hereld the “Last ever Steam Train to Ferny Grove” hauled by the 1943 Baldwin built AC16 221A. Situated on Brisbane’s Northside, the Ferny Grove line has a length of approxamatley 13.5 km. As part of the Queensland Government’s South East Queensland Infrastructure Plan, the section of line between Keperra and Ferny Grove which is currently single line running will be upgraded to double track. Ferny Grove station will also undergo a transformation into a 3 platform dead end station and the locomotive run around loop will be removed. The works are scheduled for completion in 2012.

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THE WORLDS LAST SHEDULED STEAM PASSENGER IS SEEN BEING THRASHED UP THE HILLS AT BAIYIN. CHINA. 2011


SY Locomotives still take the daily passenger trains up the mountain pass at Baiyin in China. The Trains take the workers to the zinc and copper smelters that are situated up in the hills . The steam locos can provide steam heating for the passenger coaches , all that luxury of steam hauled travel and would you believe its all FREE. If you also ask nicely they will take you up the pass on the footplate . this is filmed at the crossing at Liugolni in March 2011

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