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The Great A4 Steam locomotive gathering
England

The 6 remaining A4 class steam locomotives at York Railway Museum marking the 75th anniversary of Mallard's 126mph steam locomotive world record.  The remaining locomotives (out of a total of 35 built) are: Sir Nigel Gresley, Dwight D Eisenhower, Union of South Africa, Bittern, Mallard and Dominion of Canada.

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Uploaded: 09/11/2013
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Tags: steam; train; mallard; railway; locomotive; "steam train"; "sir nigel gresley"; york; "railway museum"
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