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Filename: bb057005.jpg

Size: 5609 x 4003 (3.3MB)

Date: 16th December 2021

Source: Historic England

Credit: Historic England Archive

Source: Historic England Archive

Owner URL: https://images.historicenglandservices.org.uk/

Job Title: Photographer

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Derwent steam locomotive BB057005

BANK TOP RAILWAY STATION, DARLINGTON, NORTH YORKSHIRE. The Derwent steam locomotive on display. Built for the Stockton and Darlington Railway in 1845 by William and Alfred Kitching. It was withdrawn from service in 1869 and is now on display in Head of Steam, Darlington. Photographed in the early 20th century by Edwin Dockree

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EDITORS COMMENTS
This print captures the majestic Derwent steam locomotive, a true icon of rail heritage. Standing proudly at Bank Top Railway Station in Darlington, North Yorkshire, this magnificent piece of machinery was built in 1845 by the skilled hands of William and Alfred Kitching for the esteemed Stockton and Darlington Railway. Once an integral part of the bustling railway system, this powerful locomotive served faithfully until its retirement from service in 1869. Now preserved for all to admire, it finds its rightful place on display at Head of Steam museum in Darlington. In this early 20th-century photograph taken by Edwin Dockree, every intricate detail is brought to life. The gleaming metal surfaces reflect the sunlight as if whispering tales from a bygone era. Its robust frame exudes strength and resilience that stood against time's relentless march. As we gaze upon this remarkable image, we are transported back to an era when steam engines ruled the rails. It serves as a poignant reminder of our rich railway history and pays homage to those who dedicated their lives to building these engineering marvels. Today, thanks to preservation efforts such as those undertaken by National Railway Museum and Historic England, future generations can appreciate the ingenuity behind these mechanical wonders that transformed transportation forever.

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