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Images Dated 22nd July 2003

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Flying Scotsman A3 Class steam locomotive leaving Leeds station, 1956 Featured 22 Jul 2003 Print

Flying Scotsman A3 Class steam locomotive leaving Leeds station, 1956

Flying Scotsman A3 Class steam locomotive leaving Leeds station, Yorksire, with the White Rose express for King's Cross station, London. Photograph by Bishop Eric Treacy. Treacy (1907-1978) was often allowed special access to many areas denied to other railway photographers. He also befriended many of the footplate crews, occasionally persuading them to create special smoke effects for the camera

© National Railway Museum / Science & Society Picture Libr

Sailing-Tall Ships-Poland-Sedov Featured 22 Jul 2003 Print

Sailing-Tall Ships-Poland-Sedov

The Mexican ship First ship Cuauhtemoc (L) participates, 22 July 2003 in Gdansk Bay in Gdynia, northern Poland, in the Grand Parade of Tall Ships. The three-day parade is the biggest mass entertainment on the Polish coast in 2003. The Cutty Sark Tall Ships Race took place in Poland for the fourth time. The promoters expected the participation of ten to twenty greatest and most beautiful sailing-ships from all over the world and several hundred yachts with several thousand sailors. All the units were moored in the Gdynia Port. AFP PHOTO MACIEJ KOSYCARZ / AFP PHOTO / MACIEJ KOSYCARZ

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Losh and Stephensons carriage Featured 22 Jul 2003 Print

Losh and Stephensons carriage

Losh and Stephenson's carriage. Historical artwork of a steam locomotive patented in 1815 by engineer George Stephenson (1781-1848). This design had connecting rods to drive the wheels and wheels coupled together with a chain. It was the first to have a steam-blast, which creates a draft to keep the fire going in the furnace. Stephenson's locomotives were built at William Losh's ironworks in Newcastle. The pair patented cast iron railroads in 1816, but parted company in 1823 when Stephenson decided that malleable iron railroads were better. Published in History and progress of the steam engine, England, 1830

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