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Haymarket Motive Power Depot, Edinburgh : A History of the Depot, its Work and Locomotives, 1842-2010

Built in 1842 as an engine shed for the Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway, Haymarket has served the railways that radiate from Edinburgh ever since. Haymarket locomotives and footplate crews partook in the Railway Races of 1895, and on the non-stops between Edinburgh and London before and after the Second World War.

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Haymarket Motive Power Depot, Edinburgh : A History of the Depot, its Work and Locomotives, 1842-2010

Haymarket Motive Power Depot, Edinburgh : A History of the Depot, its Work and Locomotives, 1842-2010

Built in 1842 as an engine shed for the Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway, Haymarket has served the railways that radiate from Edinburgh ever since. Haymarket locomotives and footplate crews partook in the Railway Races of 1895, and on the non-stops between Edinburgh and London before and after the Second World War.

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