4: 82 Vintage Locomotive Postcards
Stephenson’s No. 1 engine Darlington, Fenchurch, L.N.E.R., our cemetery 1825-1925, LNER, no. 1 4- locomotive Darlington, LSWR, great northern, GWR, Drummonds 4 coupled outside cylinder express leaving waterloo station, engine No. 417, ?, LSWR, No. 330 six coupled bogie express locomotive L & SWR, GWR no.7 compound express engine, GW express, LSWR goods engine with conical firebox door, the flying Dutchman great western Rly., LSWR, B & ERN no. 40, GW, no. 152, the London brimingham express great western rly., ?, Flying Dutchman, G.W.R., 379, GWR 3818, 3046, GWR single wheel “Achilles”, Lambert, GWR No. 4016, The great Bear, Great Western Rly. The great bear, the great bear, the great bear, Bournemouth express, LSWR Bournemouth, LSWR 257, LSWR 413,LSWR 109, LSWR 59, LSWR 563, LSWR 443Centeral station New Castle, old engine central station new castle, the old locomotive central station new castle, Canterbury & Whistable Rly., The first engine used on Canterbury and Whistable railway 1830, puffing Billy, Puffing Billy, The Samson 1835, Samson the first locomotive in America, Fire Fly, North star, North Star, North star, Bulkeley, GWR, broad gauge engine, sir alexander, London Chatham 179, No.31, ?, ?, Box Tunnel GWR, French built express GWR , French built express, 16, Great western, LSWR mixed traffic, London & South western railway 6 coupled bogie express, LSWR 335, LSWR, LNER city of York, LSNR, LNER 4472, LSWR South Hampton Express
In as found condition.