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Title: Preserved L&YR Tank Loco No. 1008. - JCA00369

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Title

Preserved L&YR Tank Loco No. 1008. - JCA00369

Subject

LYR, Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway, Postcards, Railway, Railways, Steam Loco, Steam engine, Tank Engine

Description

Tank Locomotive No. 1008, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway.
Designed by John Aspinall, this locomotive was placed in service in 1889. No. 1008 was the first locomotive to be built at Horwich Works, and was designed to operate the numerous busy branch lines in the hilly area of the Pennines. The locomotive has radial axleboxes at each end, and water pick-up gear for working in either direction. The locomotive is preserved at the National Railway Museum, York

Creator

Arthur Dixon Ltd

Source

Pennine Horizons Digital Archive

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Rights

PHDA - Atack Family Collection

Identifier

JCA00369.tif

Citation

Arthur Dixon Ltd, “Preserved L&YR Tank Loco No. 1008. - JCA00369,” Pennine Horizons Digital Archive, accessed September 25, 2018, http://penninehorizons.org/items/show/1073.

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