RM2HT0T5N–Birmingham Daily Post December 13, 1864; - Newspaper report of pickpockets at court were accused of attempting to pick pockets at New Street Station (London and North Western Railway Company John Cummins and his wife Ann Cummins of no fixed abode were represented by a Mr Palmer, presumably a solicitor and were prosecuted by a detective Charles Cotton before T C S Kynnersley (stipendiary), T Lloyd and J Poncia.
RMJ0FP20–Locomotive no 12: 'North London' 4-4-0 engine
RMMNR2BP–London North Western Railway No. 790 2-4-0 express passenger locomotive built Crewe 1873 on display in the Museum at Shildon
RMDHDCE9–The Nameplate and Coat of Arms on the wheel splasher of L&NWR (london & North Western Railway) steam locomtive No 790 'HARDWICKE'
RMDW75RR–London North Western Railway No. 790 2-4-0 express passenger locomotive built Crewe 1873 on display in the Museum at Shildon
RMCMP3F6–Steam Locomotive, Wolverhampton, circa 1920. A London & North Western Railway (LNWR) 0-6-2 coal tank steam locomotive (No.
RMG3RKND–The last London & North Western Claughton No 6004 outside the scrapping shed at Crewe Works in 1949. Originally 'Princess Louise'
RM2EX5PHM–London & North Western Railway G2 class 0-8-0 steam locomotive No. 2551, an official works photo, undated.
RFW7P7P2–Memorial plaque to Lance Corporal John Alexander (Jock) Christie VC, at Euston Station, detailing the exploit that lead to the award
RM2D536TR–Locomotives étrangères d'Angleterre, London and North Western Railway, No 127 | usage worldwide
RM2GKE44K–London Northwestern Railway Class 350 'Desiro' electric multiple unit no. 350239 at Liverpool Lime Street station, UK.
RMMR5402–Engraving depicting a LNWR passenger locomotive No. 223, built by R. Stephenson & Co. Dated 19th century