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Choose from 724 pictures in our Steam collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Tornado steam train Featured Print

Tornado steam train

The country's most modern steam engine, 60163 Tornado on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway in its new livery - BR Brunswick Green. PRESS ASSOCIATION PHOTO Picture date: Tuesday, May 31, 2011. The locomotive will be hauling passenger trains on the line throughout the half term holiday week. Tornado was first unveiled to the public in 2009 and is one of the first new steam engines to have been built in over 50 years, at a cost of 3 million. Photo credit should read: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire

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Princess Elizabeth - Steam Train Featured Print

Princess Elizabeth - Steam Train

The Princess Elizabeth steam train leaving from Euston station, London, returning to Merseyside, during a trip down south. The Princess Elizabeth locomotive became part of the service that ran between London to Liverpool in the 1930's. *... and for many years was based at Edge Hill in Liverpool depot in Liverpool. The train also had the distinction of holding the Merseyside Express headboard on numerous occasions

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Transport - Heritage Railway - Bluebell Lines First Run - Sheffield Park, Sussex Featured Print

Transport - Heritage Railway - Bluebell Lines First Run - Sheffield Park, Sussex

Preparing the old locomotive Bluebell at Sheffield Park, Sussex, for reopening of the Bluebell Line. Paul Willis, 18, is on the loco and hands part of the funnel to Harold May, general manager of the new Bluebell Line. Also pictured is Albert Mills, permanent way inspector. The Bluebell Line, so called because it runs through 4-and-half-miles of the prettiest Sussex countryside, was closed by British Railways as uneconomic, but has been put back into working order by a group of enthusiasts. It will operate at weekends and in the summer. The locomotive Bluebell was formerly with the South Coast and Chatham Railway

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