L.M. & S. high pressure locomotive of the Royal Scott class & 2 3/4 tons heavier. It's designed for it's non-stop runs between London & Glasgow. It was built by the North British Locomotive Co. at Glasgow adn fitted with a double pressure boiler by Superheater Co.
Virginian R.R. Mallet Locomotive is steam driven with twenty driving wheels in two groups of ten, each group being a complete compound engine in itself. It's used for hauling coal and is capable of pulling a mile-long train of 100 cars & containing 10,000 tons of coal.
Electric Locomotive Pennsylvania Railroad, a streamlined 20-wheel GGI first built in 1934 & was the most modern form of electric type on Pennsylvania RR at the time; It's suitable for both passengers and freight. The electric current is picked up from an overhead wire by way of a pantograph..
Steam Loco New Zealand Government Railways, a steamlined passenger locomotive known as a Class JA. Although it resembles those of the US, it was built by North British Locomotive Co., weighing 243,990 lb & tractive effort 26,520 lb
The Royal Highlander L.M.R. headed by the Princess Victoria, one of the Princess class Pacific locomotives designed by Sir William Stanier. A famous train, belonging to the London Midland Region of British Railways, was named in 1927 & runs from London to Inverness. The weight of the engine & tender 159 tons 3 cwt.
In 1825, transportation was revolutionized by a clumsy little locomotive in England that chugged along at 12 miles per hour. Within a few years, train tracks crisscrossed the planet. Locomotion hurtles down a track of discovery to trace the impact of rail travel on society. It's an epic ride aboard the Iron Horse, with changeovers to the Twentieth Century Limited and Japan's Bullet Train