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No D1000 Western Enterprise - Western Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive

No D1000 Western Enterprise - Western Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive


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Filename: D24 025.jpg

Size: 3000 x 2380 (567KB)

Date: 17th April 2007

Source: STEAM Museum of the GWR

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No D1000 Western Enterprise - Western Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive

Class 52 locomotive built by BREL Swindon

STEAM - Museum of the Great Western Railway

Media ID 442453

© STEAM Picture Library 2007 - All Rights Reserved

Class 52 Western


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This print showcases the remarkable No D1000 Western Enterprise, a Western Class Diesel Hydraulic Locomotive that was built by BREL Swindon. A true testament to engineering excellence, this Class 52 locomotive stands as an iconic symbol of power and innovation in the realm of railway transportation. With its sleek and robust design, the Western Enterprise exudes a sense of strength and reliability. Its distinctive blue livery adorned with bold yellow stripes adds a touch of elegance to its formidable presence. This locomotive has undoubtedly left an indelible mark on the history of Great Western Railway (GWR) and continues to captivate enthusiasts from all walks of life. As we gaze upon this magnificent piece at the STEAM Museum, we are transported back in time to an era when steam ruled supreme. The intricate details captured in this print allow us to appreciate every aspect of this mechanical marvel – from its powerful engine to its meticulously crafted exterior. The No D1000 Western Enterprise represents more than just a mode of transportation; it embodies ambition, progress, and human ingenuity. It serves as a reminder that even amidst technological advancements, there is still beauty in traditional craftsmanship. While admiring this photograph at STEAM Museum, one cannot help but feel a sense of awe for those who dedicated their lives to building such incredible machines. The legacy they have left behind continues to inspire future generations and reminds us that anything is possible with determination and passion. Whether you are a railway enthusiast or simply intrigued by historical artifacts, this print offers an opportunity to immerse yourself in the rich heritage preserved within the walls of STEAM Museum. Let your imagination run wild as you delve into the fascinating world where iron horses once roamed freely across vast landscapes - forever etching their mark on our collective memory.

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