Waving farewell: after arrival from Liverpool Lime Street at one of the lovely, grimy Manchester Victoria??s wooden
Waving farewell: after arrival from Liverpool Lime Street at one of the lovely, grimy Manchester Victoria??s wooden platforms, guard Henry Crossland blows his whistle and flags away BR??s official last steam train, the Fifteen Guinea Special" to Carlisle, hauled by Britannia class No. 70013 Oliver Cromwell, on Sunday, August 11, 1968. *** Local Caption *** Britain's last steam locomotive passenger service. The Stanier engine 'Oliver Cromwell' Liverpool to Carlisle via Manchester. Guard Henry Crossland waves the las steam train out of Manchester.14th August 1968."
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