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Great Strickland, Cumbria, England - February 9, 2013: Preserved steam locomotive 60009 Union of South Africa heads the Winter Cumbrian Mountain Express northbound through Great Strickland, Cumbria on February 9, 2013, on the English west coast mainline.


The west coast mainline is an important rail line in Britain providing London with links to Birmingham, northern English cities such as Liverpool and Manchester, before travelling onto Scotland.

The core section linking London and Glasgow is almost 400 miles long.

Steam traction was abolished on British railways in 1968. However, a number of preserved steam trains still operate occasional tourist excursions across British rail routes.
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