Metropolitan railway

Metropolitan railway

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  • Metropolitan Railway — This article is about the history of what became the Metropolitan line and Hammersmith City Line. For the history of what became the District line, see Metropolitan District Railway. Construction of the Metropolitan Railway close to King s Cross… …   Wikipedia

  • Metropolitan Railway E Class — No 1 at Amersham, 1990 Power type Steam Builder Metropolitan Railway s N …   Wikipedia

  • Metropolitan Railway H Class — LNER Class H2 Power type Steam Designer Charles Jones Builder Kerr Stuart Build date 1920–1921 Total produced 8 Configuration 4 4 4T UIC classification …   Wikipedia

  • Metropolitan Railway K Class — LNER Class L2 No. 114, circa 1928 Power type Steam Builder Armstrong …   Wikipedia

  • Metropolitan Railway F Class — Power type Steam Builder Yorkshire Engine Company Build date 1901 Configuration 0 6 2T Fuel type Coal Career Metr …   Wikipedia

  • Metropolitan Railway G Class — LNER Class M2 Power type Steam Designer Charles Jones Builder Yorkshire Engine Company Build date 1915 Configuration 0 6 4T Driver diameter 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) …   Wikipedia

  • Metropolitan Railway A Class — Preserved A Class No. 23 at the London Transport Museum Power type Steam Builder Beyer, Peacock and Company …   Wikipedia

  • Metropolitan Railway C Class — Power type Steam Builder Neilson and Company Serial number 4252–4355 Build date 1891 Total produc …   Wikipedia

  • Metropolitan Railway D Class — Power type Steam Builder Sharp, Stewart and Company Serial number 4055–4056, 4075–4078 Build date 1895 Total produced 6 Configuration 2 4 0T UIC classification 1′B n2t …   Wikipedia

  • Metropolitan Railway Estates Company Ltd — Also known as MREC. A company created in 1919 to manage and develop the lands owned by the Metropolitan Railway, known as Metroland: some of the lands had been previously handled by the Surplus Lands Committee, established in the first years of… …   Wikipedia

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