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No 3471 Queensland

No 3471 Queensland


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Size: 3130 x 2036 (548KB)

Date: 16th March 2007

Source: STEAM Museum of the GWR

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No 3471 Queensland

4-4-0 Bulldog class locomotive. Built 1904

STEAM - Museum of the Great Western Railway

Media ID 425811

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4 4 0 Bull Dog


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This photograph showcases No. 3471, a 4-4-0 Bulldog class locomotive built in 1904, proudly displayed at the Steam Museum of the Great Western Railway (GWR). The Bulldog class, named for their distinctive rounded cab design and powerful appearance, were a staple of the GWR's fleet during the early 20th century. No. 3471, with its bold black and orange livery, exudes an aura of strength and reliability. Its large driving wheels and powerful cylinders were capable of hauling heavy loads over the undulating terrain of the GWR's extensive network. The intricate details of the locomotive's design are on full display, from the ornate brass fittings to the meticulously crafted boiler and chimney. The photograph captures a moment in time, preserving the history and engineering prowess of this magnificent machine. The steam rising from the chimney and the blur of the wheels in motion add a sense of dynamism and energy to the image. The backdrop of the museum's rustic surroundings further emphasizes the contrast between the old and the new, the past and the present. The Bulldog class locomotives were retired from service in the 1960s, making the preservation of engines like No. 3471 all the more important. The Steam Museum of the GWR plays a vital role in safeguarding this rich railway heritage, allowing visitors to experience the sights, sounds, and sensations of a bygone era. This photograph is a testament to the enduring allure of steam trains and the passion they continue to inspire in generations of railway enthusiasts.

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