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Mr Monkey at the National Railway Museum

"I think there'll be more rolling stock than you can shake a stick at here"

Mr Monkey scampered along Leeman Road until he arrived at the National Railway Museum, which is apparently the largest railway museum in the world. And it's free, too. Mr Monkey scurried in to see what there was to see.

Follow the links on the images below to see Mr Monkey's visit to the National Railway Museum.

Freight stock North Eastern M LSWR M7 0-4-4T and Tricomposite carriage Ticket office and GWR 28XX 2-8-0 Winston Churchill and Wagon Lits Midland 4-4-2 Black Five and royal carriage Royal lamps and carriage Queen Victoria's carriage Queen Adelaide's saloon and Coppernob Stephenson's Rocket The Mallard Dynamometer carriage and channel tunnel Shinkansen bullet train Chinese KF1 and EM1 electric The turntable Train nameplates and sectioned locomotive Dandy car and Fairlie Patent Elevated view Mail trains The Warehouse and the Works Signals and train spotting Leaving the museum

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