Trains Aka Driver Duddington 1944

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  • "Duddington" is Joseph Duddington.

    He set the world speed record for steam locomotives, driving The Mallard to 126mph on 3 July 1938.

    jamied 10th Mar 2012
  • Thanks - does anyone know where this was filmed?

    British Pathé 10th May 2012

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