St Pancras railway station, Platform 3 1957 (This train was going to Leicester)
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44866: LMS Stanier Black 5 4-6-0 at Rugby 'Midland' railway station.
When it opened in 1840, Brunel's train shed at his Temple Meads terminus set a pattern for city stations. In 1964, a year before it dosed. mailbags await attention and a child is shown the pleasures of steam.
An unidentified and unrebuilt Fowler Patriot awaits departure from Liverpool Lime Street Station in the early 1960s. Photo by Ben Brooksbank.
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Helen Warlow on Twitter: "4pm steamer etc. 70014 Iron Duke, a Britannia Class Pacific photographed at Manchester London Rd , now Piccadilly.
45513 (Not named) Name allocated Sir W.A. Stanier.
45654 " Hood".Ex-LMS 5XP 4-6-0 Jubilee class No 45654 'Hood' is seen standing at the East end of Platform 3 at the head of a New Street to Euston express on 8th August 1964. Built as LMS No 5654 by Crewe works in February 1935 No 45654 remained in service until June 1966 when it was withdrawn from Newton Heath shed in Manchester to be scrapped by TW Ward of Beighton near Sheffield although records show it was in store at Staveley shed in January 1962