Silver Jubilee (train)
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The Silver Jubilee was a named train of the London and North Eastern Railway (LNER). It commenced service on 30 September 1935, the train travelling between London King's Cross and Newcastle. It did this at an average speed of 67 mph (108 km/h), taking four hours to complete the journey.
Engine and train: total length 462 ft 2 3⁄8 in (140.88 m) Total weight: 385 long tons (391 t; 431 short tons).
- Silver Jubilee (6 December 1935). Railway Wonders of the World. Amalgamated Press. pp. 1436–1442.
- L.N.E.R. The Silver Jubilee. The Locomotive Publishing Co.