No Artist - A Steam Miscellany album FLAC
Steam locomotives at work on the railways in Scotland between 1957 and 1965". The cover picture, a transparency by Derek Cross, shows the 'Jones Goods' and Grdon Highlander' with an . special train on the Ayr-Stranraer line in October 1963
No Artist – A Steam Miscellany. Label: President Special Projects – PSP 4. Format: Vinyl, LP, Stereo. Compiled By – Stanley R. White. Title on labels is "A Steam Railway Miscellany".
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|A1||Standard 9. No. 92128 With A Mixed Freight.|
|A2||Stanier 8F. No. 48100 At Nuneaton|
|A3||Standard 5 And West Country Class Double Headed (Passanger.)|
|A4||Standard 5. No. 73018 Shunting At Dorchester, Another Standard 5 Passes By. Merchant Navy Class No. 35012 "United States Line", Reverses Into Station, 73018 Continues Shunting, "United States Line" Whistles And Leaves With Its Passenger Train For Waterloo.|
|A5||Ivatt 2MT Class. No. 41301. And A West Country Class. Double Headed.|
|A6||Standard 5. No. 73085 "Melisande" Leaving Weymouth With A Passanger Train.|
|A7||West Country Class. No. 34017 "Ilfracombe" Banked By Standard 5. No. 73020 At Upwey Wishing Well Halt.|
|A8||Industrial Locomotive Working In The Kentucky Hills, U.S.A.|
|A9||Locomotive 759. This 2-8-4 "Berkshire" Went Around The Famous Horse Shoe Curve Near Altoona With A 15 Coach Train On 20 September 1970. 2000 People Had Gathered At This Spot To See And Hear The First Steam Train To Negotiate The Curve In 14 years.|
|A10||L.M.S. 4F 0-6-0. At Glendon South Box (Kettering-Leicester Line).|
|B1||Brittania Class At Ribblehead.|
|B2||Stanier 5MT. No. 45295 Banked By Standard 4 No. 75039 Climbing Shap.|
|B3||Stanier 5MT Class. No. 45038 At Ribblehead.|
|B4||Robert Stephenson & Hawthorns Ltd. 0-6-0 ST. Industrial Locomotive, Recorded Near Corby, Northants.|
|B5||Stanier 8F With A Freight Train.|
|B6||Stanier 8F. No. 48534 Moving A Heavy Coal Train At Leamington.|
|B7||Stanier 8F. No. 48445 Passes WIth A Mixed Freight.|
|B8||Stanier 8F And A Standard 9 - Recorded At Night. 8F Climbs First After Which Standard 9 Leaves Loop And Follows, Near Gibbet Hill Box, Coventry. 12.30 A.M. Saturday, 29 January 1966.|
|B9||Stanier 5MT Class - Passes And Whistles.|
- Compiled By – Stanley R. White*