Exploring Special Soviet and Russian Trains in Railway Museum in Kiev 2018. Old Trains 2018

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Soviet Russian Trains

60007 Breathtaking Footplate Run into Kings Cross - More

Sir Nigel Gresley From the Footplate dashes up to 75mph on the Cathedral's Express into King's Cross. Racing South from Retford. On DVD from BNT Productions at www.qleap.co.uk, look for Sir Nigel Gresley over the Settle-Carlisle.

Parowozy 2016

Mix ujęć z parowozami nagranych w okresie od stycznia do grudnia 2016 roku.

Dampflok: 20 Jahre Mansfelder Bergwerksbahn 2/3 - Train - Zug

For more videos please take a look on my Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1195002147190724/ Zur Feier des zwanzigjährigen Bestehes des Vereines Mansfelder Bergwerksbahn e.V. fand im Oktober 2011 eine Festveranstaltung statt. Man organisierte den Betrieb mit mehreren Dampfzügen, Foto - Güterzügen und Parallelfahrten mit Regelspur Personen- und Güterzügen, die ebenfalls von einer Dampflok gezogen wurden. Für Fotografen und Filmer gab es extra eine Fototribüne am Niewandschacht. Eine geniale Eisenbahnveranstaltung, wie man sie selten erlebt! Da das Wetter besser nicht sein konnte, waren Besucher aus nah und fern bei der Bahn, gegen Mittag waren die Züge sogar überfüllt! Ich habe bei diesem Treffen einen dreiteiligen Film aufgenommen, das ist der erste Teil. 1.Teil: Morgens in Benndorf,bei sehr niedrig stehender Sonne sehen wir sehen das bereitstellen der Züge, einige Rangierarbeit um den ersten Zug des Tages zusammen zu stellen und dann steigen wir hinter Lok 9 ein und fahren in Richtung Siersleben, wo eine Zugbegegnung statt findet. Teil 2: Der zweite Teil beginnt in Siersleben, wo uns ein Güterzug entgegen kommt. Nach ein wenig rangieren der Züge im Gleisdreieck fahren wir weiter nach Hettstedt Kupferkammermühle. Hier wird wieder rangiert und es kommen noch zwei Güterzüge an. Vom gesamten Film, der etwa 55 Minuten lang ist, gibt es auch eine DVD.

A Walk Through The National Railway Museum, York, England

The National Railway Museum is a museum in York forming part of the British Science Museum Group of National Museums and telling the story of rail transport in Britain and its impact on society. It has won many awards, including the European Museum of the Year Award in 2001. It is the home of the national collection of historically significant railway vehicles, as well as a collection of other artefacts and both written and pictorial records. The National Railway Museum in York displays a collection of over 100 locomotives and nearly 300 other items of rolling stock, virtually all of which either ran on the railways of Great Britain or were built there. Also on the 20 acres site are many hundreds of thousands of other items and records of social, technical, artistic and historical interest, exhibited mostly in three large halls of a former motive power depot next to the East Coast Main Line, near York railway station. It is the largest museum of its type in Britain, attracting 727,000 visitors during the 2014/15 financial year (the largest in the world in terms of floor area of exhibition buildings is La Cité du Train in the French town of Mulhouse, although this attracts far fewer visitors than the National Railway Museum). The National Railway Museum was established on its present site, the former York North locomotive depot, in 1975, when it took over the former British Railways collection located in Clapham and the York Railway Museum located off Queen Street, immediately to the south east of the railway station; since then, the collection has continued to grow. There are approximately 280 rail vehicles in the National Collection, with around 100 being at York at any one time and the remainder divided between Locomotion at Shildon and other museums and heritage railways. The earliest are wagonway vehicles of about 1815. The permanent display includes "Palaces on Wheels", a collection of Royal Train saloons from Queen Victoria's early trains through to those used by Queen Elizabeth II up to the 1970s, among them some of the first rail vehicles to be set aside for preservation. Other key exhibits normally to be seen at York include the 1846 Furness Railway No. 3 "Coppernob" locomotive, and the more modern express passenger steam locomotives London and North Eastern Railway Class A3 No. 4472 Flying Scotsman (added to the collection in 2004), its streamlined sister Class A4 No. 4468 Mallard and London, Midland and Scottish Railway Princess Coronation Class No. 6229 Duchess of Hamilton. Flying Scotsman is among the exhibits intended for operation on the National Rail network from time to time.

Exploring special trains inside and interior review 2018. Vintage and classic old trains. Museum of trains.
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