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British Railways

The Often Forgotten Tale of the Peaks

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Peter Burgess
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The Often Forgotten Tale of the Peaks 262,008 viewsJun 6, 2020 Ruairidh MacVeigh 64.3K subscribers Hello everyone! :D Returning this week to trains, we look back on the tale of a series of three locomotive classes that formed the backbone of the Midland Mainline between London, Leicester, Derby, Sheffield and Nottingham, as well as being a major part of other vital railway corridors in Britain. However, despite there being nearly 200 of these reliable and sturdy engines in service, the story of the famous Class 44, 45 and 46 Peak locomotives is one that is frequently forgotten, in the face of more famous designs like the Class 37s, 47s, 50s and Deltics. All video content and images in this production have been provided with permission wherever possible. While I endeavour to ensure that all accreditations properly name the original creator, some of my sources do not list them as they are usually provided by other, unrelated YouTubers. Therefore, if I have mistakenly put the accreditation of 'Unknown', and you are aware of the original creator, please send me a personal message at my Gmail (this is more effective than comments as I am often unable to read all of them): rorymacveigh@gmail.com The views and opinions expressed in this video are my personal appraisal and are not the views and opinions of any of these individuals or bodies who have kindly supplied me with footage and images. If you enjoyed this video, why not leave a like, and consider subscribing for more great content coming soon. Thanks again, everyone, and enjoy! :D References: - Derby Sulzers (and their respective sources) - Wikipedia (and its respective references) Music - YouTube Audio Library

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