'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.
'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.

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Watercolour painting by the Australian railway artist, Phil Belbin (1925-1993). The A4 Pacific class Mallard was designed by Sir Nigel Gresley (1876-1941), the chief engineer of the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER). On Sunday 3 July 1938, the 4-6-2 locomotive reached a speed of 126 mph (203 kph) on a straight stretch of track between Grantham and Peterborough, achieving a new world speed record for steam locomotives which remains unbroken to this day.

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Artist Belbin, Phil
Image Ref. 10246855

'The Record Breaking Run of Mallard', 1938.

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