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NER 1893 (ECJS) train
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 ..
NER 1899 460 Express
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..
NER 1901 440 Compound Engine
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. ..
NER 1915 (ECJS) Steel Kitchen Car
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..