Great Eastern Tank engine, 1993.
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0-6-0 Tank engine number 87, used on the Great Eastern Railway, by Chris Hogg, 1993. This type of locomotive was used to pull trains which worked the intensive commuter service from the London suburbs to Liverpool Street station, during the 1920s. This service was known as "The Jazz" reflecting the contemporary fashion, and because of the distinctive and colourful stripes on the first and second class carriages. This locomotive is now part of the National Railway Museum's collection.