Early Locomotives Series One 2005
Rockwell Railways Early Locomotives Series One 2005 Early Locomotives Series One 2005 10 - The pioneering days of the railways are recalled in this series illustrating steam engines built between 1825 and 1847. It’s no surprise that no. 1 is George Stephenson’s ‘Locomotion’, the first to run on a public railway when the Stockton and Darlington line opened, whilst no. 2 is Robert Stephenson’s ‘Rocket’ which won the 1829 Rainhill Trials. The most recent is Crampton’s ‘London’ which could run at more than 50mph. size 68 x 37mm
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Early Locomotives Series One 2005

Issuer: Rockwell Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: The pioneering days of the railways are recalled in this series illustrating steam engines built between 1825 and 1847. It’s no surprise that no. 1 is George Stephenson’s ‘Locomotion’, the first to run on a public railway when the Stockton and Darlington line opened, whilst no. 2 is Robert Stephenson’s ‘Rocket’ which won the 1829 Rainhill Trials. The most recent is Crampton’s ‘London’ which could run at more than 50mph. size 68 x 37mm Number of cards in set: 10

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