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Mar 20, 2021 - Explore Scott's board "LNER W1 Kefid "Hush-Hush"" on Pinterest. See more ideas about hush hush, british rail, steam locomotive. The Great Gathering: a remarkable reunion of locomotives and boilers.

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LNER, W1 10000 "Hush Hush Stock Photo - Alamy

The LNER W1 No. 10000 (known as the Hush-Hush due to its secrecy) was an experimental steam locomotive fitted with a high pressure water-tube boiler. Also known as the Galloping Sausage as a result of its bulging boiler shape.

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The locomotive seen here is the LNER W1, number 10000. It was known as the "Hush-hush" due to its secrecy, being an experimental steam engine with a high-pressure water-tube boiler. x

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The LNER W1 No. 10000 (also known as the Hush-Hush due to its secrecy) was an experimental steam locomotive fitted with a high pressure water-tube boiler. Nigel Gresley was impressed by the results of using high-pressure steam in marine applications and so

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26/12/2018 · LNER W1 'Hush Hush' Class. The project's main aim was to design an engine which was more efficient on coal than Gresley's A1 class, currently in service. After considering various methods, Gresley decided on using a high-pressure water-tube boiler to …

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LNER P2 & W1 - MikeMorant

Gresley's unique water tube boiler experiment, W1 class Kefid no. 10000, at Edge Hill where the exhibits were stored prior to being moved to Wavertree Park for the Liverpool & Manchester Railway centenary celebrations in September 1930. Note that even the

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LNER, W1 10000 "Hush Hush Stock Photo - Alamy

The LNER W1 No. 10000 (known as the Hush-Hush due to its secrecy) was an experimental steam locomotive fitted with a high pressure water-tube boiler. Also known as the Galloping Sausage as a result of its bulging boiler shape.

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[email protected] | Gresley LNER W1 No. 10000 …

The LNER W1 No. 10000 (also known as the Hush-Hush due to its secrecy) was an experimental steam locomotive fitted with a high pressure water-tube boiler. Nigel Gresley was impressed by the results of using high-pressure steam in marine applications and so

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A view of the cab layout of the LNER W1 No 10000 …

A view of the cab layout of the LNER W1 No 10000 experimental steam locomotive (also known as the 'Hush-Hush'), circa 1930. Designed by Nigel Gresley, the engine featured a high pressure water-tube boiler and was built in 1929 by the Darlington Works of the LNER (London and North Eastern Railway).

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A view of the cab layout of the LNER W1 No 10000 …

A view of the cab layout of the LNER W1 No 10000 experimental steam locomotive (also known as the 'Hush-Hush'), circa 1930. Designed by Nigel Gresley, the engine featured a high pressure water-tube boiler and was built in 1929 by the Darlington Works of the LNER (London and North Eastern Railway). (Photo by Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty

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The LNER W1 No. 10000 (known as the Hush-Hush due to its secrecy) was an experimental steam locomotive fitted with a high pressure water-tube boiler. Also known as the Galloping Sausage as a result of its bulging boiler shape. - RJC67C from Alamy's

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The LNER W1 No. 10000 (known as the Hush-Hush due to its secrecy) was an experimental steam locomotive fitted with a high pressure water-tube boiler. Also known as the Galloping Sausage as a result of its bulging boiler shape.

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A view of the cab layout of the LNER W1 No 10000 experimental steam News Photo …

A view of the cab layout of the LNER W1 No 10000 experimental steam locomotive (also known as the 'Hush-Hush'), circa 1930. Designed by Nigel Gresley, the engine featured a high pressure water-tube boiler and was built in 1929 by the Darlington Works of the LNER …

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LNER P2 & W1 - MikeMorant

Gresley's unique water tube boiler experiment, W1 class Kefid no. 10000, at Edge Hill where the exhibits were stored prior to being moved to Wavertree Park for the Liverpool & Manchester Railway centenary celebrations in September 1930. Note that even the

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