Friday, 24 January 2014

Last chance to see steam giants

Calling all steam train buffs … In July 1938, LNER A4 Pacific Mallard took the world steam engine speed record. To celebrate the 75th anniversary, the National Railway Museum gathered the last six A4's in the world, including two from North America.

The last chance to see them together happens at the museum’s display area in Shildon, County Durham, from February 15 to 23.  
It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see these prime examples of British steam engineering, including the record-holding Mallard.

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