I stuck these in here as they are piece of documentation to my way of thinking. These are glass magic lantern slides, photographed by me on a light box. I have no idea how old they are - late Victorian or early Edwardian I suppose; they were "in the family" as long as I can remember. If one can date the newest locomotive, it will be possible to know at least the earliest they could possibly be. View attachment 69463 "La France," Paris Exhibition, 1900. View attachment 69464 "Lady of the Lake," International Exhibition, London, 1862. View attachment 69465 Four-Cylinder Compound Coal Engine. View attachment 69466 "King Edward VII," Type of Engine used to convey Royalty View attachment 69467 Two-Cylinder Express Engine "Precursor,", built 1904 View attachment 69468 Four-Cylinder Compound Express Goods Locomotive. View attachment 69469 Six Wheels Coupled Side-Tank Passenger Engine.