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by Kenneth R. Middleton

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ISBN:
0615387594
Author:
Kenneth R. Middleton
Language:
English
Publisher:
GN Historical Society; 1 edition (2010)
Pages:
544 pages
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Middleton, Kenneth R. (Autumn 1980). The Great Northern Railway Company: All-Time Locomotive Roster, 1861–1970". Boston, Massachusetts: The Railway and Locomotive Historical Society, Inc. (143): 20–162. a b c d e "The William Crooks". Minnesota Historical Society. Retrieved July 27, 2014. a b c d e f "Yesterday Today".

Main article: Locomotives of the Great Northern Railway (Great Britain). Groves, Norman (1992)

Main article: Locomotives of the Great Northern Railway (Great Britain). Hull and Barnsley Railway. From its formal establishment in 1885 to the time that it was taken over by the North Eastern Railway (NER) in 1922, the CME of the H&BR was Matthew Stirling, who, like his father and uncle, built locomotives with domeless boilers. Both new steam locomotives are the product of a restored railway works in Darlington. LNER Class A1 – continuation of a GNR design. Groves, Norman (1992). Great Northern Locomotive History, Volume 3b: 1911–1922 The Gresley Era. Railway Correspondence and Travel Society.

HC/DJ in fine/near fine condition. Red boards with gilt titling and logo to cover. Pictorial dust jacket. Book is in fine condition with no visible damage. There is some rubbing to unclipped dust jacket. Interior of this first printing is clean and unmarked.

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Steam locomotive - Havre, MontanaGreat Northern steam locomotive No. 2584 is on display at the Havre, Montana . The Great Northern Railway was the second company to reach Seattle doing so in It was part of the James Hill's vast empire. 2584 is on display at the Havre, Montana station. This is a service stop, so passengers have a chance to examine the locomotive. This is an Northern Class built by Baldwin. The GN disappeared into Burlington Northern in. The Great Northern Railway. Vintage Trains Burlington Northern Locomotive Mount Rushmore Rivers Montana River Locs.

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Many of the photographs are of these locomotives between 1948 and 1968 when they were operated by British Railways, or more recently in preservation.

English: This category contains files relating to locomotives designed or aquired by the Great Western Railway (GWR). Many of the photographs are of these locomotives between 1948 and 1968 when they were operated by British Railways, or more recently in preservation. For images of these lcoomotives in GWR ownership between 1838 and 1947 see Category:Trains of Great Western Railway. list of locomotives of the Great Western Railway. list of the railroad locomotive used by the Great Western Railway.

Great Northern Railway (formerly). North Western Railway. In 1995, Gordon had been hauling the Express when a flock of crows swooped in front of the train, resulting in one of them knocking the seal out of his front brake pipe

Great Northern Railway (formerly). In 1995, Gordon had been hauling the Express when a flock of crows swooped in front of the train, resulting in one of them knocking the seal out of his front brake pipe. As Gordon could not go far on the Other Railway due to a lack of waterpipes, he would have to change places with a diesel locomotive at Barrow, who would take the Wild Nor' Wester onwards to London. By the early 2000's, however, this wasted too much time and the timetable was considered too slow.

HC/DJ in fine/near fine condition. Red boards with gilt titling and logo to cover. Pictorial dust jacket. Book is in fine condition with no visible damage. There is some rubbing to unclipped dust jacket. Interior of this first printing is clean and unmarked. Folio. Original price at $59.99. B Rhodes-KFB-5.7 rm D bks M
  • Zeueli
The best book on Great Northern Steam Locomotives I've ever seen. Book includes a brief history of the Great Northern Railway with maps. A detailed breakdown of every class of steam locomotives the railway ever owned is included. Tons of great photographs. The book is hardcover, making it very collectible. This is one of my favorites. I would recommend it to railfans and modelers alike.
  • Cesar
Very interesting book. Very detailed and packed with loads of pictures of not only the different type engines, but of the different modifications within each class. Some of the text is a bit too technical for my taste, but I suppose that is what the book is about. If you are a modeler wishing to find detailed photos of a certain class engine to help in the detailing, this book would be a godsend. The copy I purchased was listed as very good condition, but I was surprised to find that it looked more like a like-new version. Thanks very much to the seller.
  • Jonide
With their square-topped Belpaire boilers, Great Northern steam locomotives had a distinctive look; among major American railroads only the Pennsylvania RR favored this design in addition to the GN. The GN also covered a huge area from the mid-west to the Pacific, so had a great variety of operating conditions and lots of different steam locomotives to address them, making GN steamers among the most interesting and significant. Until now, however, GN steam has not been covered in a single book with all the details. This comprehensive work fills that gap in stunning fashion, with plenty of detail, lots of great photos, complete coverage of its subject, and exceptional presentation. If you are interested in American steam locomotives, you should have this book. If you are interested in Great Northern steam, then this book is essential. And it is great value for the money.
  • Bumand
This is a highly detailed reference book on all the steam locomotives that Great Northern ever owned. It is extremely well written with 100's of photos and details that will enthrall a history buff, or modeler. It is a must have a Great Northern Railway fan. 554 pages.