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LMS Coronation Class “Duchess of Hamilton” Loco Add-On

  • Coronation Class (Streamlined) ‘Duchess of Hamilton’ in LMS Crimson Lake (gold stripes) livery
  • Scenarios for the Settle to Carlisle route
  • Mk1 passenger coaches in LMS Maroon Lined (late crest) livery
  • Once a record-breaking steam locomotive admired by many on the UK’s rail network

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Once a record-breaking steam locomotive admired by many on the UK’s rail network, the LMS Coronation Class ‘Duchess of Hamilton’ comes to Train Simulator in its striking streamlined variant.The LMS Coronation Class was a mainline steam locomotive designed by William Stanier and built at Crewe Works between 1937 and 1948. In total, 38 were produced and are the most powerful steam locomotives ever built in the UK, with an impressive 3,333hp – more than the diese… More >>

LMS Coronation Class “Duchess of Hamilton” Loco Add-On

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Pedro loco santa fe


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Steam loco BDZ 01.23 at Lakatnik


10 July 2009 at Lakatnik station of Bulgaria. Trains passes and preparation of steam loco BDZ 01.23 for ?traction trip.

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R711 “Super R” Hudson Steam Loco to St Arnaud: Australian Trains


On 4 July 1999, ARHS ran the first rail enthusiast tour with R class steam locomotive R711 following it’s return to service with West Coast Railway. The destination was St Arnaud in central Victoria. Enjoy this as reminder of how good rail tours used to be before the nanny state and rising public liability issues ruined all the fun of photo stops, etc… West Coast Railway is also a memory, ceasing operations in 2004. R711 is now preserved by the dedicated volunteers from Steamrail Victoria at Newport. © 1999 James Brook

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HO Scale C&O Allegheney 2-6-6-6 Steam Loco By Rivarossi


HO Scale Chesapeake & Ohio Allegheney 2-6-6-6 Steam Loco By Rivarossi. Sound Demo of this great locomotive! * Glowing Firebox * DCC Equipped * Sound: LokSound v3.5 Equipped * Includes Prototypical Cab to be applied separately * Several Detail parts to be applied separately * Recommended Minimum Radius: 22 www.modeltrainstuff.com

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Talyllyn Wales red steam loco No.2 run round at Abergynolwyn


On Wednesday 5th March 2008 Talyllyn Railway’s steam locomotive No. 2 runs round its train at Abergynolwyn while on a photo charter. The loco had just come out of the paint shop having been transformed from green into crimson lake lined livery. And before the critics get their teeth in, the video was taken on a handheld Cybershot T100 digital camera NOT a professional camera, and I have re-edited the footage as well as possible.

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China Steam,Daban shed & loco yard


Daban shed and loco yard. Until diesels took over the Ji-tong line in 2005, Daban was the last working main line steam shed in the world. Locomotives were serviced here for the arduous duty over the Jingpeng Pass. Steam cranes were used for coaling duties. November 2003.

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GWR ‘King’ Class 4-6-0 Steam Loco No. 6024 At Bristol Temple Meads – Stag Party Oblivious


GWR ‘King’ class 4-6-0 steam loco No. 6024 ‘King Edward I’ runs light engine (and support coach) out of Bristol Temple Meads station after working ‘The Devonion’ return railtour from Plymouth to Bristol TM on June 4th 2011. I had videod it leaving TMs station earlier in the day and it was a surprise to see it pass through later that night when I was in my hotel bar having a quick drink. The noise is from a group of about 50 good natured Irishmen who were having a Stag ‘Do’ in Bristol and were oblivious to the steam loco passing as they were otherwise engaged!

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