LNER

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LNERLondon and North Eastern Railway (UK)
LNERLondon North Eastern Railway
LNERLiquid Neutral Earthing Resistor (electricity)
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As such, over the course of several volumes, Allen Jackson has used an array of photographs to lavishly illustrate the story of signalling in the principal constituents of the London and North Eastern Railway.
The teak carriages are owned and maintained by the London and North Eastern Railway Coach Association, a volunteer-run, charitable organisation.
She and her sister locomotives between them were mainly responsible for hauling The Flying Scotsman and other crack expresses of the London and North Eastern Railway.
It outlines the development of British railways from the 1830s on; the principal features of a line, station, and goods yard; the role of railways and their structures in the lives of East Enders, how they moved around the city, and how they viewed their neighbors; and standing structures built for the Eastern Counties Railway and its successors, the Great Eastern Railway and the London and North Eastern Railway.
He produced three map books in 1947 showing in great detail the lines of the London and North Eastern Railway, the London, Midland and Scottish, and the Southern Railway.
The Flying Scotsman was the first passenger locomotive to be built by the London and North Eastern Railway.
In the 1930s, for example, express locomotives of the London and North Eastern Railway were named after racehorses, presumably in the expectation of a positive recognition factor from travellers.
The A1 class of Pacific locos was designed by Arthur H Peppercorn for the London and North Eastern Railway and built in 1948-49.
They could be called, oh I don't know, something like London and North Eastern Railway, London, Midland and Scottish Railway, Great Western Railway and Southern Railway.
They could be called, oh, I don''t know, something like London and North Eastern Railway, London, Midland and Scottish Railway, Great Western Railway and Southern Railway.
The 40in x 50in poster produced in 1930 by artist Henry George Gawthorn for the London and North Eastern Railway is set to fetch between pounds 5,000 and pounds 7,500 at Swann Auction Galleries in New York next week.
In 1923 the three members of the East Coast Joint Stock Co became part of the newly-formed London and North Eastern Railway.
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