Locomotive Headboards: The Complete Story

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The practice of naming trains has a long history. The `Irish Mail' was known thus, unofficially, from about 1848 and the `Flying Scotsman' from 1862. However, official recognition of these titles did not come until many years later, and engine headboards later still. The first headboards for titled trains were introduced by the North British Railway in 1912 and the last by Virgin Trains in 1996. Dave Peel's guide to the subject aims to provide a comprehensive history. It covers all named trains that ran with headboards. ...

Locomotive Headboards: The Complete Story 2010, The History Press Ltd, Stroud

ISBN-13: 9780752455990

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Locomotive Headboards: The Complete Story 2007, Sutton Publishing

ISBN-13: 9780750944625

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