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A Chump at Oxford, Movie, 1940 IMDB

Pictures provided by: Alexander, stronghold

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Also known as:

  • Les as d'Oxford (France)

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Alexander DE

2006-06-23 23:49

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Some other means of transport.

Sunbar UK

2006-06-24 02:24

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Alexander wrote
Some other means of transport.


Queen Mary.....(but the picture was reversed)....also a Great Western Railway engine, possibly King Class built 1928-30.

Explorer4X4

2006-06-24 15:32

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Sweet train, :). I'm not good at putting names on British/English trians, American and Canadians from the 1900's to 1950's are easiest. I like the old New York Central Hudsons and the NYC 20th Century Limited. If people think I like cars a lot, it is nothing compared to how much I love trains. Nothing better in the world (non-living).

Sunbar UK

2006-06-24 16:34

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The black and white picture does not show how good looking the Great Western Locomotives were so a better one can be found here...... Link to "commons.wikimedia.org"

It also had an American connection. The first 'King' locomotive, number 6000 King George V was completed in 1927 and shortly afterwards it was shipped to America to participate in the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad centenary celebrations. There the engine was presented with a commemorative railroad locomotive bell and these are still carried by the locomotive today.

Explorer4X4

2006-06-26 05:31

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They are beautiful trains... I love all steam engines, mostly the classics like the Hudsons, Berkshires and the 4-4-2s. I also enjoy the 1900's through the 1950's, streamliners like the Milwaukee Road's Hiawatha, Norfolk & Western "J" and the streamlined diesels (Santa Fe Super Chief engines, etc).

stronghold EN

2006-11-09 11:00

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..I've only added two background cars ;)

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