A Hunslet Diesel Shunting Locomotive
CAPABLE OF HAULING 700 TONS, this Hunslet Diesel shunting locomotive weighs 30 tons and has a Davey Paxman 200 hp Diesel engine. The gearbox gives speeds of 4, 8, and 13 mph. This locomotive operates on the LMS Railway.
THE LICKEY INCLINE IN FORMER DAYS. The famous slope, with a gradient of 1 in 37.7, is now included in the Midland Division of the LMS Railway. It is situated near Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, on the route between Cheltenham and Birmingham.
A photograph of the Lickey Incline appears in part 19.
SOME SPEED GIANTS of America are seen in this illustration, taken in the Chicago yards. From left to right they are the "Hiawatha", streamlined steam locomotive of the Chicago, Milwaukee, St Paul and Pacific Railroad, the "400" of the Chicago and North Western line, the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad's "Zephyr", and the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's "Abraham Lincoln".
ONE OF THE "TEUTONICS", the most successful class of three-
THE LARGEST BRITISH-