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City of Truro – GWR No. 3440 – JC12

Designed by George Jackson Churchward and built in 1903 at the Great Western Works in Swindon. Some claim that Number 3440 City of Truro was the first steam locomotive to attain 100mph, but this has been the subject of much debate over the years ! City of Truro is now part of the national collection. See a video here : City of Truro Mug Video

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Clan Line – BR Merchant Navy Class No. 35028 – JC6

35028 was built at Eastleigh locomotive works in 1948 and frequently worked the prestige expresses, Golden Arrow, the Bournemouth Belle and the Atlantic Coast Express. In August 1967, Clan Line was bought by the Merchant Navy Locomotive Preservation Society and is currently still running on the main line. See a video here : Clan Line Mug Video

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Class 40 – No. 40 122 – JC7

Built by English Electric between 1958 and 1962, and eventually numbering 200, the Class 40’s were for a time the pride of the British Rail early diesel fleet. 40 122 was the first one and is preserved as part of the national collection. See a video here : Class 40 Mug Video

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Deltic Prototype – JC4

Known as Deltic from the type of marine Napier engine it carried, it was built by English Electric in 1955. This prototype locomotive resulted in 22 similar locomotives being ordered by British Railways. See a video here : Deltic Mug Video

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Duchess of Rutland – BR Coronation Class No. 46228 – JC11

The duchesses were express passenger locomotives designed by Sir William Stanier for the London Midland and Scottish railway. Three of these magnificent machines have survived into preservation. See a video here : Duchess Mug Video

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Evening Star – BR Class 9F No. 92220 – JC1

The last steam locomotive to be built by British Railways in 1960 at Swindon.  Although Evening Star was built as a heavy freight locomotive it was turned out in express passenger green and remained in service until 1965 when it became part of the national collection. See a video here : Evening Star Mug Video

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Flying Scotsman – BR A3 Class No. 60103 – JC8

The most famous locomotive in the world – built in 1923 for the LNER at Doncaster to a design by Sir Nigel Gresley. Flying Scotsman was selected to appear at the British Empire Exhibition in 1924 and went onto achieve 2 world records and appear in the first British talking movie. Flying Scotsman is now touring the country after a 12 year restoration project.

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Loch Rannoch – BR Class 37 No. 37 408 – JC3

Designed for both passenger and freight work, 309 Class 37’s were built between 1960 and 1965. They can still be seen on the main line today. See a video here : Class 37 Mug Video

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Mallard – LNER A4 No. 4468 – JC5

4468 Mallard was built at Doncaster in 1938 for the London North Eastern Railway. On 3 July 1938 Mallard attained a speed of 126mph – a world speed record which still stands to this day. Mallard is preserved as part of the national collection. See a video here : Mallard Mug Video

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Mallard – LNER A4 No. 4468 – JC5 (Duplicate)

4468 Mallard was built at Doncaster in 1938 for the London North Eastern Railway. On 3 July 1938 Mallard attained a speed of 126mph – a world speed record which still stands to this day. Mallard is preserved as part of the national collection. See a video here : Mallard Mug Video

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Western Champion – Diesel Hydraulic No. 1015 – JC10

Western Champion was one of 74 diesel hydraulic locomotives built for the Western Region in 1963. A great looking loco which is now preserved by the Diesel Traction Group and can be seen running on the main line. See a video here : Western Champion Mug

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Yeovil – Southern West Country Class No. 21C104 – JC2

Designed for the Southern Railway by its Chief Mechanical Engineer Oliver Bulleid, they were named after towns throughout the west Country, but due to their shape were informally known as spam cans ! See a video here : Yeovil Mug Video

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