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An Anglo- Saxon glass bottle, found in Faversham, Kent, King's Field Cemetery. Many wonderful things were found when the railways were being built in the 1860's, this being one along with 20 gold brooches it would have been maybe the largest Anglo-Saxon find, but became a Victorian free for all, and the finds were not recorded properly and scattered.

Taking the train while travelling or on holiday can be a great way to experience the countryside of a new destination. Take a look at these scenic railway journeys from around the world in Africa, Australia, Canada, America, Europe and more!

(MP500). Motive Power Equipment Solutions 42.5 ton Diesel Electric locomotive for the Isle of Man Railway. The unit is powered by one Tier 3 Cummings QSX15 550HP Diesel Engine

WWI, Jan 1917, Vosges; German soldier using a funicular railway on the snow-covered Hartmannswillerkopf hill, Vosges. ©IWM

Maunsell 4-6-0 No. 850 "Lord Nelson" at the Eastleigh Works open event.

St Ann’s Well

St Ann’s Well, Nottingham, c 1860. In 1887 all buildings in the area were demolished to make way for the Nottingham Suburban Railway and it was believed that the monument and Well were covered by one of the supports for the Wells Road Viaduct.

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