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Cecil J Allen Collection

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Cecil J Allen Collection: St. Pancras. A terminus of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 1935. Creator: Unknown
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Cecil J Allen Collection: King Class Four-Cylinder Express Locomotive - Great Western Railway, 1935
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Cecil J Allen Collection: The famous Lickey incline between Bromsgrove and Blackwell, Worcestershire, 1935
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Cecil J Allen Collection: The Cornish Riviera Express drawn by a King class locomotive, 1935-36
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Cecil J Allen Collection: The Flying Scotsman, famous locomotive No. 4472, leaving Kings Cross, 1935
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Cecil J Allen Collection: The Flying Scotsman Passing Hadley Wood, L. N. E. R. 1926
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Speeding Across A Continent. Americas first diesel-electric Express has opened
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Cecil J Allen Collection: The fury of the blizzard makes no impression on this mammoth locomotiv, 1935
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Washing A Locomotive on the Canadian National Railway, at Montrea, 1935. Creator: Unknown
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Cecil J Allen Collection: The Baltschieder Viaduct on the Lotschberg main line... 1935-36. Creator: Unknown
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Express Passenger Locomotive of the Royal Scot 4-6-0 class, 1935-36
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Passing at Speed. An unusual view from the tender of a goods engine, 1935-36
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Cecil J Allen Collection: On the Route of the Lapland Express, 1935-36. Creator: Unknown
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Cecil J Allen Collection: The Overhaul of Underground Rolling Stock owned by the London Passenger Transport, 1935-36
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Cecil J Allen Collection: A Canadian Pacific Railway Giant at the foot of the Rockies, 1935. Creator: Unknown
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Cecil J Allen Collection: In the Semmering Valley, Austria. A good train crossing the curved Gamperl Viaduct, 1935-36
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Cecil J Allen Collection: The Night Journey. A mixed-traffic locomotive of the Southern Railway at a cross-over, 1935
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Building the Rocket - in 1935, 1935. Creator: Unknown
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Cecil J Allen Collection: The Flying Scotsman leaving Kings Cross Station, hauled by No. 2563, 1935-36
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Locomotive Cab Fittings, 1935-36. Creator: Unknown
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Turbine-Driven Pacific belonging to the L. M. S. Railway, 1935-36. Creator: Unknown
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Cecil J Allen Collection: On the route of the Cornish Rivera, Limited. An express on the Great Western line
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Leaving Dublin. Great Southern Railways train, hauled by a 4-4-0 passenger express, 1935
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Lord Nelson, one of the most powerful locomotives owned by the Southern Railway
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Grenadier Guardsman, one of the L. M. S. Royal Scots, , 1935-36
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Automatic Coaling at Hornsey Station, Middlesex, 1935. Creator: Unknown
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Cecil J Allen Collection: A Clear Road from the cab of a Southern Railway Atlantic locomotive, 1935
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Cecil J Allen Collection: The Sydeny Limited leaving Spencer Street Station, Melbourne, at 6 p
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Leaving Budapest. An express train departs from the Central Station, 1935-36
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Cecil J Allen Collection: 119 Miles an Hour was attained on a trial run by this new German streamlined locomotive
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Cecil J Allen Collection: On the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad, 1935-36. Creator: Unknown
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Cecil J Allen Collection: The Mighty Express passenger engine of the Great Western Railway, 1935. Creator: Unknown
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Devastated. - Over sixty yards of snow-shedding destroyed by an avalanche in 1921, 1935
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Cecil J Allen Collection: The Princess Royal, a 4-6-2 type express engine on the L. M. S. system, 1935
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Between Bombay and Delhi. A striking view of the Frontier Mail passing over a viaduct
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Americas Most Famous Train. The Twentieth Century Limited, 1935. Creator: Unknown
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Inside a Greathead Tunnelling Shield, 1926
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Excursion Trains to Blackpool Taking Water from Kirkham Track-Troughs, 1926
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Connaught Tunnel, in the Selkirk Mountains. Canadian Pacific Railway, 1926
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Engine Headlamps and Discs on the Southern Railway, 1926
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Testing A Miniature Atlantic Engine at Northampton, 1926
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Inside a Restaurant Car Kitchen on the L. M. S. Railway, 1926
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Cecil J Allen Collection: The Southern Belle Express, Southern Railway, 1926
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Cecil J Allen Collection: A Sleeping Berth on the Night Scotsman, London & North Eastern Railway, 1926
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Cecil J Allen Collection: A 300-Ton American Mallet Type Freight Engine. Pennsylvania Railroad, 1926
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Cecil J Allen Collection: Tunnel Signal and Automatic Train-Stop. London Underground Railways, 1926
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Cecil J Allen Collection: The West Coast Scotsman At Full Speed Near Tebay, L. M. S. R. 1926
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Cecil J Allen Collection: A Holiday Scene at Liverpool Street Station, 1926


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