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THE NEW EAST COAST DINING CAR TRAINS. Within this irupression we publish illustrations of the four new dining car trains just completed for the London and Edinburgh service by the East Coast route. Each train will consist of the following vehicles :- Guards Van First Class Corridor Carriage First Class Dining Saloon Kitchen Carriage Third Ckass dining saloon Brake Van The whole of the carriages, with the exceptton of the brake ,vans, will be connected by covered gangways, so ..
ALL-STEEL KITCHEN CAR, NORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY. “In the equipment of two new trains provided by the East Coast companies-the Great Northern, North-Eastern and North-British- for the 10.0 a.m. service from King's Cross to Edinburgh and the corresponding 10.0 a.m. from Edinburgh to King's Cross an all-steel kitchen car is included. Part of the stock for the new trains was built at the Great Northern Company's shops at Doncaster under the supervision of Mr. H. N. Gresley, and the re..
"WE give this week a two-page illustration together, with other views on the present and opposite pages, of a. fine swing bridge, recently completed, and which carries what is now the main line of' the North-Eastern Railway, over the River Ouse, at a distance of about three miles from York, a point where the river is navigable for small craft. The bridge consists of three openings, namely, one fixed span of 107ft. over all, and a double swing span of 176ft over all, leaving a clear openi..
THE NORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY WORKS. The locomotive works of the North-Eastern Railway are situated on the south bank of the Tyne, not far removed from the Stephenson High-Level Bridge. The site was originally that of an extensive goods station, and several of the shop buildings remain just as they were in those days, but in 1883 and 1884 the works were largely rebuilt, extended, and reorganised. Some old associations, however, still remain, a particularly tender one among the elder hands being that, thro..
SIX-COUPLED EXPRESS ENGINES FOR NORTH·EASTERN RAILWAY . “For some years past, and especially since so remarkable an impetus was given to Anglo-Scottish travel by the competitive "acceleration " to Aberdeen-which we are forbidden to call a " race "-of 1895, the difficulty of running to time the increasing loads has steadily grown on the North-Eastern Railway as on the Great Northern. For not only has the number of passengers to be conveyed mounted up with surp..
THREE CYLINDER COMPOUND LOCOMOTIVE FOR THE NORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY. “We illustrate this week by our two-page engraving, and further illustrations on pages 11, 14, and 15, a type of compound express passenger locomotive introduced on to the North-Eastern Railway, a couple of years ago, by Mr. Wilson Worsdell, the locomotive superintendent of the line. The details of the engine include a number of special features patented by Mr. W. M. Smith, of 16, Otterburn terrace, Jesmond, Newcastle-on-Tyne. ..
NORTH-EASTERN LOCOMOTIVE DARLINGTON WORKS HITHERTO the building of the North-Eastern Railway Company's locomotives has been carried on a.t the Gateshead and Darlington works, but the work of repairing has been carried on chiefly at York. The building of the new erecting shop a.t Darlington, and the re-arrangement and re organisation which have been in progress for some time, together with the employment of more powerful engines for hauling heavier loads, causing fewer engines to be dealt with, decide..
STEEL SNOW PLOUGH. The North-Eastern Railway Company has recently built to the designs of its chief mechanical engineer. Mr. Wilson Worsdell, a snow plough which is somewhat of a departure from ordinary practice, inasmuch as it is constructed almost entirely of steel, only the internal fittings and back part of roof being of wood. The steel outer plates are all ½ in. thick, and are secured to the framework by countersunk rivets so as to present a smooth surface to the snow. The internal framing to..
PETROL RAIL MOTOR INSPECTION CAR, NORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY.(1907) The North-Eastern Railway Company has recently built at its York carriage works and introduced into service a petrol rail motor inspection car designed for the use of its executive officers. The car is 17ft. in length by 7ft. in width, with a wheel base of 10 ft. It is arranged with a driver's compartment at each end, and with an open saloon 10ft. long in the middle. The saloon is entered through either of the driver's compa..