A Garratt type locomotive pulls the world's largest railway wagon (220 feet) at L.N.E.R.'s demonstration of modern freight transport. Sheffield, Yorkshire.
Item title reads - World's largest railway wagon. 220 feet long, 56 wheels and weighing 150 tons - pulled by Garrett type locomotive, capable of drawing 1,000 tons at L.N.E.R.'s demonstration of modern freight transport. Sheffield, Yorkshire.
M/S of a group of men stood in front of the LNER Class U1 4-cylinder Garratt locomotive, the camera pans along to the wagon. M/S as the Garratt locomotive pulls the wagon down the track. M/S as the camera moves down the length of the wagon. M/S as it makes its way along the track.