National Railway Museum, York

Replica of Stephenson's Rocket.  Stephenson's Rocket was an
early steam locomotive of 0-2-2 wheel arrangement.  It was
built for, and won, the Rainhill Trials held by the Liverpool &
Manchester Railway in 1829 to choose the best design to power
the railway.  It was designed by Robert Stephenson in 1829, and
built at the Forth Street Works of his company in Newcastle upon
Tyne.  Though the Rocket was not the first steam locomotive, it
was the first to bring together several innovations to produce the
most advanced locomotive of its day.  The original was
preserved and is now on display in the Science Museum
in London.  This replica was built at the works of Robert
Stephenson & Company Ltd, Darlington, in 1934.

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Stephenson's Rocket