The Steam Fleet of the National Railway Museum on the main line and various preserved railways.
The National Railway Museum is not just about York. Its active steam fleet varies from Express passenger locomotives to humble freight engines and is on loan to railways throughout the UK.
We explore the museums locomotives in action on a wide range of services on the main line and throughout the preserved network. GWR 3717 'City of Truro' in steam at the NRM and on the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Railway.
A4 4468 Mallard, 46229 'Duchess of Hamilton, and 9f 92220 'Evening Star' on display in the NRM and on the main line.
Plus on the main line and on preserved railways: GC 04 Robinson 4-6-0 63601 - LSWR 2-4-0T Beattie Well tank 30587 - LSWR T9 30120 - SR King Arthur Class 30777 'Sir Lamiel' - LNWR 0-8-0 'Super D' 0-8-0 49395 - SR 850 Lord Nelson - BR Britannia 70013 'Oliver Cromwell'.
Produced in association with The Friends of the National Railway Museum.
Produced by - Transport Video Publishing
Running time - 64 Minutes