||In rail travel, what does LNER stand for?
||London and North Eastern Railway
||Completed in 1923, which famous steam locomotive was noted for the London to Edinburgh service?
||In 1991, who took over from Ringo Starr to narrate the UK children’s television series ‘Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends’?
||Which train is the holder of the world speed record for steam locomotives?
||The ‘Ffestiniog Railway’ in Wales runs from Blaenau Ffestiniog to which harbour town?
||The Shinkansen, a network of high-speed railway lines in Japan is also known as the ‘what’ Train?
||The SNCF is the state-owned railway company in which country?
||In May 1994, the Channel Tunnel was formally opened by Queen Elizabeth II and which French President?
||In June 1883, the ‘Orient Express’ left Paris for which other European city?
||What was the name of the famous steam locomotive built by Robert Stephenson and Company in 1829?
||Wootten and Belpaire are types of ‘what’ found in steam locomotives?
||Of the four London stations on a Monopoly board, which was first to open?
||Fenchurch Street Station
||What is the name of the house to which the family move in the novel ‘The Railway Children’ by Edith Nesbit?
||Grand Central Terminal (or Grand Central Station) is located at 42nd Street and which Avenue in Midtown Manhatten in New York?
||Who was the first British monarch to travel by train?
||George Pullman, who designed and manufactured the Pullman sleeping car, founded the industrial town Pullman in which US state?
||Which US President nationalized American railways in 1917 under the Federal Possession and Control Act?
||The Bluebell Railway is a heritage line which runs in which English county?
||Sussex (East and West)
||Which 1945 film, starring Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard, was shot mostly at Carnforth Station in Lancashire?
||In 1938, which English model railway brand launched its first 00 gauge train?