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LNER (London and North-East Railway) Gallery

LNER began operating on 1st January 1923 amalgamating seven major railways: Great Eastern Railway, Great Central Railway, Great Northern Railway, Great North of Scotland Railway, Hull and Barnsley Railway, North British Railway, & North Eastern Railway (NER)

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Train Spotted Featured LNER (London and North-East Railway) Print

Train Spotted

August 1923: A mirror helps the signalman looking down the old Great Eastern line from Stratford Central station. The view from the signalbox was obscured by the waiting room roof and chimney stacks. The Channelsea curve is on the right, giving connections to the North London Railway at Victoria Park, and the Cambridge main line near Loughton Branch Junction. The N7 0-8-2T reflected in the mirror is one of those built at Stratford to AJ Hill's design, while in the background a B12 4-5-0 and a tank engine - possibly a J69 0-6-0T - stand alongside trains of very mixed empty stock. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Starting Up Featured LNER (London and North-East Railway) Print

Starting Up

21st April 1926: A fireman on a locomotive watches as a miniature petrol driven locomotive is started by means of a force pump into the engine. The miniature engine known as Billy is used to bring farm produce direct from the fields to LNER sidings for distribution to the cities. (Photo by Davis/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Aquitania Rudder By Rail Featured LNER (London and North-East Railway) Print

Aquitania Rudder By Rail

A 54-ton rudder for the Cunard liner Aquitania, carried from Darlington by a special LNER (London and North Eastern Railway) train, joins the main line at Eaglescliffe railway station, Stockton-on-Tees, 30th January 1928. The rudder, which is on its way to Port Clarence, overhangs the adjoining track by 10 feet. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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