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Star Class Locomotive No. 4007, Swallowfield Park

Star Class Locomotive No. 4007, Swallowfield Park


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Filename: Swallowfield Park RY1990-833.jpg

Size: 1997 x 1217 (1.2MB)

Date: 12th January 2016

Source: STEAM Museum of the GWR

Unique Reference Number: RY1990/833

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Star Class Locomotive No. 4007, Swallowfield Park

4-6-0 locomotive, built 1907. Originally named Rising Star, but renamed in 1937

STEAM - Museum of the Great Western Railway

Media ID 11525954

4 6 0 Star


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Captured in this stunning print is the magnificent Star Class Locomotive No. 4007, proudly standing at Swallowfield Park. This remarkable 4-6-0 locomotive, built back in 1907, showcases the epitome of engineering excellence and timeless elegance that defined the Great Western Railway (GWR) era. Originally christened as Rising Star, it was later renamed in 1937 to reflect its stellar reputation within the railway community. The sheer grandeur of this locomotive is truly awe-inspiring; its sleek design and powerful presence are a testament to GWR's commitment to innovation and quality craftsmanship. As one gazes upon this marvel of locomotion, it evokes a sense of nostalgia for an era when steam engines ruled the tracks with their graceful strength. This particular print offers a glimpse into history, transporting us back to an age where steam trains were not just modes of transportation but symbols of progress and adventure. The attention to detail captured by STEAM Museum allows us to appreciate every intricate feature - from its distinctive star emblem adorning the front plate to its meticulously crafted wheels. As we admire this piece from afar, let our minds wander through time as we imagine ourselves aboard this majestic machine, traversing vast landscapes on thrilling journeys filled with anticipation and wonderment. It serves as a reminder that even today, amidst modern advancements in transportation technology, there will always be something magical about these historic locomotives that continue to captivate our hearts.

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