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Prototype Deltic. http://youtu.be/ZPGLQ_lGA08
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Inside the cab of the Prototype 'Deltic' di
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Inside the cab of the Prototype 'Deltic' di

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As railway buffs here tonight will also know, Deltic diesel engines powered English Electric’s 3 300 bhp prototype Deltic locomotive from 1955 and a production class of 22 improved locomotives which worked on the East Coast Main Line from Edinburgh to King’s Cross from 1961 to 1982. By then however, the leading edge of marine propulsion had moved on to gas turbine and nuclear propulsion.
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As railway buffs here tonight will also know, Deltic diesel engines powered English Electric’s 3 300 bhp prototype Deltic locomotive from 1955 and a production class of 22 improved locomotives which worked on the East Coast Main Line from Edinburgh to King’s Cross from 1961 to 1982. By then however, the leading edge of marine propulsion had moved on to gas turbine and nuclear propulsion.

As railway buffs here tonight will also know, Deltic diesel engines powered English Electric’s 3 300 bhp prototype Deltic locomotive from 1955 and a production class of 22 improved locomotives which worked on the East Coast Main Line from Edinburgh to King’s Cross from 1961 to 1982.  By then however, the leading edge of marine propulsion had moved on to gas turbine and nuclear propulsion.
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Deltic Prototype Train. This is where it began
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This is where it began

Deltic Prototype Train. This is where it began

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BR 10000 LMS Co-Co Diesel Electric Locomotive
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BR 10000 LMS Co-Co Diesel Electric Locomotive

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Deltic prototype. National Railway Museum, York
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Deltic prototype. National Railway Museum, York

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Hymek D7007 at Worcester in April 1969. Built at Beyer Peacock Ltd and delivered on 18th Oct 1961. Withdrawn on 19th April 1972 after only 10 years, 6months in service and cut up at Swindon Works in June 1972.
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Hymek D7007 at Worcester in April 1969. Built at Beyer Peacock Ltd and delivered on 18th Oct 1961. Withdrawn on 19th April 1972 after only 10 years, 6months in service and cut up at Swindon Works in June 1972.

Hymek D7007 at Worcester in April 1969. Built at Beyer Peacock Ltd and delivered on 18th Oct 1961. Withdrawn on 19th April 1972 after only 10 years, 6months in service and cut up at Swindon Works in June 1972.

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Side-by-side comparison of the prototype 'Deltic' and a production  Class 55

Side-by-side comparison of the prototype 'Deltic' and a production Class 55

Kestrel: built by Brush Traction and at 4000hp the most powerful single engined locomotive in the world, in its day. Still beautiful even after fifty years.

Kestrel: built by Brush Traction and at the most powerful single engined locomotive in the world, in its day. Still beautiful even after fifty years.

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55015 'Tulyar' in disguise as 55001 'St Paddy' at Doncaster Works on 9th July 1994. (P.Wormstone)

55015 'Tulyar' in disguise as 55001 'St Paddy' at Doncaster Works on July (P.

BR Class 55 "Deltic" No. D9002 (55002) "Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry" - was donated to the National Railway Museum, York and was the first preserved Deltic to return to the main line when it worked light engine to York after participating in the Doncaster Works Open Day on 27 February 1982. D9002 is one of three Deltics to have a mainline licence.

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