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Search Aspect ( steam train )
Location - Leeds & District

Leeds City Station , steam train (City Centre)
Colour image2007. View shows steam locomotive no.60009 visiting Leeds City Station during a tour pulling the Cumbrian Mountain Express. This engine is one of the LNER Class A4 steam locomotives built in Doncaster in 1937 and is named Union of South Africa. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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Leeds City Station, 'Tangmere' steam train (City Centre)
Colour imageMay 2008. View shows the preserved steam engine 'Tangmere' visiting Leeds City Station. This was one of the Southern Railway's West Country and Battle of Britain class of locomotives that were known as Light Pacifics. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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Ring Road, Horsforth/West Park (Horsforth)
Black & White image18th February 1932. Stretch of Ring Road between Otley Road and Low Lane. London North Eastern Railway embankment with steam train going across. It is in the line of the road, which is under construction.
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Scholes, aerial view (Scholes) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View looking south-west over Scholes towards Swarcliffe and Seacroft. Wood Lane bridge can be seen in the centre over Littlemoor railway. A steam locomotive, pulling what appears to be coal wagons, is visible on the line. The line ran from Leeds to Wetherby. Photo credit C.H. Wood, Bradford.
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Scholes, Whinmoor, Swarcliffe and Seacroft, aerial (Scholes)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view looking west from Scholes in the bottom left corner, across the as yet undeveloped fields of Whinmoor, towards Swarcliffe (left) and Seacroft (right) in the distance. York Road runs diagonally up through the centre from right to left. Below York Road on the right are Morwick Hall, now a listed building, and Morwick Farm. A steam train can be seen travelling along the railway line at Scholes, with Station Road below this.
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