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The new Grand Central railway station at Birmingham, later known as Birmingham New Street, June 1854 .

The new Grand Central railway station at Birmingham, later known as Birmingham New Street, June 1854 .

Destroyed 4-4-0 locomotive and roundhouse probably Atlanta, Georgia 1864

Destroyed 4-4-0 locomotive and roundhouse probably Atlanta, Georgia 1864

Selly Oak Birmingham 1975 by loose_grip_99, via Flickr

Selly Oak Birmingham 1975 by loose_grip_99, via Flickr

The Rocket (1829): For the Rainhill Trials in October 1829, the Robert Stephenson entered their new locomotive, the Rocket. Also involved in its production was Henry Booth, the Secretary and Treasurer of the Liverpool & Manchester Railway. It was Booth who suggested using a multi-tubular boiler to produce the necessary steam to drive the locomotive.

The Rocket (1829): For the Rainhill Trials in October 1829, the Robert Stephenson entered their new locomotive, the Rocket. Also involved in its production was Henry Booth, the Secretary and Treasurer of the Liverpool & Manchester Railway. It was Booth who suggested using a multi-tubular boiler to produce the necessary steam to drive the locomotive.

Central station, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1850

The beautiful stations of rail's golden age

Central station, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1850

Liverpool Street station, Great Eastern Railway, 13 July 1920 - Photos - Our collection - National Railway Museum

Liverpool Street station, Great Eastern Railway, 13 July 1920 - Photos - Our collection - National Railway Museum

Birmingham's first Steam Tram in 1882.

Birmingham's first Steam Tram in 1882.

Birmingham Snow Hill Station: Another pre-First World War view of the ...

Birmingham Snow Hill Station: Another pre-First World War view of the ...

Great Western Railway Hockley inward goods depot interior, Birmingham, England, c1925.

Great Western Railway Hockley inward goods depot interior, Birmingham, England, c1925.

Cape Town Railway and Dock built as 0-4-0 by Hawthorne Leslie, rebuilt as 0-4-2 by Cape Government Railways

Cape Town Railway and Dock built as 0-4-0 by Hawthorne Leslie, rebuilt as 0-4-2 by Cape Government Railways

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