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Visitors also see special guest engine London North Eastern Railway V2 Class locomotive Green Arrow.
In 1938 the A4 class steam Loco "Mallard" achieved a speed of 126mph down Stoke Bank on the London North Eastern Railway.
A successor to Stephen's first novel, Smoke Gets in Your Eyes, The Murder of Crows continues the story of Inspector Charles Vignoles, of the London North Eastern Railway police, which allows further pyrotechnic and assorted swirling atmospheric train effects to deepen the ambience.
Capitalising on the lure of speed and style to their passengers the London Midland and Scottish Railway and the London North Eastern Railway (LNER) began an epic duel for the speed crown in 1932.
Foxcote Manor is of a Great Western Railway locomotive design, an important fact, as most of our doughty footplate crew are either ex-London Midland & Scottish or London North Eastern Railway and their equivalent British Railways regional successors.
The carriage truck, a wooden-bodied, steel-framed vehicle, was built by the London North Eastern Railway in 1939.