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Timothy Hackworth: Globe

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1830. The Globe.
1830. Crank axle of The Globe locomotive.

1830 Engine built by Robert Stephenson and Co; designed by Timothy Hackworth for the Stockton and Darlington Railway. The engine driver was John Morgan. [1]

Arrived at the Stockton and Darlington Railway in December 1830 and made its first regular journey on the opening of the line from Darlington to Middlesbrough on the 27th

1839 The boiler exploded when it was low in water but no one was injured.

It is claimed that the engine ran at 50 mph

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Sources of Information

  1. Timothy Hackworth and the Locomotive by Robert Young. Published 1923.
  • Timothy Hackworth and the Locomotive by Robert Young. Published 1923.