UK | England by train

From London’s Kings Cross station to the beautiful city of York, onward to Newcastle upon Tyne, Manchester and finally back to London.

The Rocket (1829) - the worldwide first locomitive in operation between Liverpool and Manchester
The Rocket (1829) – the worldwide first locomitive in operation between Liverpool and Manchester
The great gathering - all six remained steam-locomotives of the LNER Class A4 could be seen together Two of them were shipped in from North America
The great gathering – all six remained steam-locomotives of the LNER Class A4 could be seen together
Two of them were shipped in from North America
The Mallard (1938) - World speed record holder for steam locomotives (202 km/h)
The Mallard (1938) – World speed record holder for steam locomotives (202 km/h)
The picturesque town of York
The picturesque town of York
Walls of the ancient monastery
Walls of the ancient monastery
On top of the 61m high York Minster
On top of the 61m high York Minster
The only nice view I found from Newcastle
The only nice view I found from Newcastle

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Definitely a gay-bar
Definitely a gay-bar
Alan Turing - he gave us a world full of computers and less nazis
Alan Turing – he gave us a world full of computers and less nazis

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Camden Town
Camden Town
The mighty Battersea Power Station
The mighty Battersea Power Station
Some common bridge in London
Some common bridge in London
Kensal Rise graveyard
Kensal Rise graveyard

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