The Stanier Jubilee steam locomotive, famously named in 1935 to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of King George V, was one of the first fully fledged standardised locomotive fleets for LMS designed by William Stanier.
Becoming the main stay of passenger traffic operating out of London Euston and surviving the war (barely) the Jubilees were granted one last reprieve by appearing in BR Green before their final curtain call.
Home Counties Return
This is the return leg of the Home Counties Railway Society Mendips Rail Tour to Bristol. While its been a grand day trip for all, your duties are not over yet. Get the tour back to Paddington on time for a fine finish
You have shunting duties to perform around York Yard. Then from the North end of the yard, start the delivery of coal wagons to Eaglescliffe
Use a Jubilee locomotive to assemble a passenger train in the correct order. You have free reign of the yard to achieve this in any manner you see fit
Round and Round
Starting at Dunston Staithes having completed freight operations, pick up passenger coaches at Newcastle then loop around Gateshead before beginning a charter service bringing dignitaries from Chester Le Street to King's Cross.
It is 1948 and the start of the BR era. However, some locomotives still proudly wear their old liveries. Complete a coal delivery to Darlington driving a LMS Jubilee.
Free Roam at Radstock & York
Pick a train by clicking on it, and explore the route
Routes Featuring the Stanier Jubilee
Oxford to Paddington
Newcastle to York