Technology of 50 years ago

  octal 16:36 25 Dec 2009

comes to the rescue. I've just seen this on the BBC site click here

  Input Overload 16:58 25 Dec 2009

Great stuff, they don't stop with a bit of condensation.thanks!

  spuds 17:18 25 Dec 2009

I always wondered how the early morning milk and newspaper trains managed to survive our 'business as usual' winters ;o))

  Woolwell 17:25 25 Dec 2009

Even steam is beaten sometimes click here

  interzone55 20:45 25 Dec 2009

Actually that train is newer than most of the current rolling stock, it was only completed last year...

  John B 20:58 25 Dec 2009

heard about the missing steam train conspiracy?

It's along the lines of there are several railway steam locomotives that have 'disappeared' and are moth-balled for events in the future when conventional trains won't be able to be used.

A lengthy link click here

  octal 22:01 25 Dec 2009

Quite right, but the technology isn't new.

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