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Appointed in Great Britain

designated maps of places in Britain where one (or two) surnames have a historically unusually high local population. Here is a list of designated passenger trains in the United Kingdom. Also see railwaybritain.co.uk for a description of a number of boat trains, some of which are included in the above lists.

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Schedule of designated United Kingdom passenger services

Here is a listing of designated private locomotives in the United Kingdom. Single charters or occasional departures are not covered. Paddington - Tenby1927[23] - ???????? There is a National Railway Museum on which the heads of a number of named train sets are located. Angelo Scotch Autotransporter, Brittolian*, GroƟmann*, Caledonian*, Cambrian Radio Shipping, Capital Limits*+, Capital Unites Express, Celtenham Flyer,

Commet*, Condor (a named goods wagon deriving from container DOoR-to-Door), Cornish River Express, Cornishman*, CTac Scottish Tour Express+, Cunard Special+, Day Continental*, Devonian*, East Anglian*, EMERGING ISLAND EXPRESS, EMPHASISER VOYAGER+, FAIR MAGD*+, FENMAN*, HARBOURGATE SUNDAYPULLMAN*, MIDLOTHIAN'S HEART*, INTERCITY*, IRISH POST*, LAKES EXPRESS*, LANCASTRIER*, MANXMAN*+, MASTER CUTLERY*, MAIBLUME*, MERSEYSIDE EXPRESS*+,

scarborugugh flier*, samrock*+, south wales pulman*, tonesthesthesthes*, thamescyde express*, torbay express*, ulster express*, welshchieftain*, welshman*, western riding*, where * means that the name is preceded by the specific item and + means that more than one edition has been issued. Also see railwaybritain.co. uk for a descriptive list of a number of boat trains, some of which are listed above.

It'?s a bit of a "Meet our trains". The Great Western Railway. Allen, Cecil J. (1960). NBC of British Express Train No. 2 - Southern Region. It was the birthday of British Rail. Bradshaws January 1960, p. 468. Bradshaws January 1960, p. 590. Allen, Cecil J. (1960).

NBC of British Express Train No 1 - Western Region. Bradshaws January 1960, p. 24. Bradshaws January 1960, p. 201. Bradshaws January 1960, p. 141. G.W.R. Express Title. The Western daily press. Brought back on December 19, 2017 - via the British Newspaper Archive. Bradshaws January 1960, p. 227.

Bradshaws January 1960, p. 159. Brought back on December 19, 2017 - via the British Newspaper Archive. Cecil J. (1960). NBC of British Express Train No. 3 - London Midland Region. Bradshaws January 1960, p. 631. Returned on November 13, 2017 - via the British Newspaper Archive.

Bradshaws January 1960, p. 207. <font color="#ffff00">The Title Trains of Britain - Part One <font color="#ffff00">-==- proudly presents Trading fleets - British railway steamships east and northwest companies + Zeeland and Stena. Bradshaws January 1960, p. 110, 700. Bradshaws January 1960, p. 618. The first 25 years of British Rail.

"called British Express Trains." Brought back on September 17, 2017 - via the British Newspaper Archive. Allen, Cecil J. (1967). Title Trains of Great Britain. Cecil J. (1967). Titletrains of great Britain. There will be more and quicker train services next week". Returned on November 13, 2017 - via the British Newspaper Archive.

Bradshaws January 1960, p. 291. Bradshaws January 1960, p. 629. Bradshaws January 1960, p. 31. Bradshaws January 1960, p. 572. Bradshaws January 1960, p. 492. Bradshaws January 1960, p. 32. Bradshaws January 1960, p. 69. Bradshaws January 1960, p. 574. Bradshaws January 1960, p. 440.

Bradshaws January 1960, p. 571. Returned on September 19, 2017. Allen, Cecil J (1974). With the title Traits of the West. "Bradshaws British Railways Official Guide No. 1507". January 4th, 1960. "part one: the Aberdonian to the Northman."

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