You will prepare and submit a term paper on Comparison between Two Design of Trains in the UK. Your paper should be a minimum of 1750 words in length. The Mallard comprised a group of Gresley Class A4 steam engines constructed by the London and North Eastern Railways in the 1930s to provide high-speed passenger transport along the East Coast from London to Edinburgh. The 4468 Mallard, designed by Sir Nigel Gresley, was built in 1938 at the Doncaster plant. The Mallard project sought to rival the LMS Silver Link, which had attained a speed of 114mph (185km/h) earlier on in 1938 on the West Coast from King’s Cross to Glasgow. Different from other steam engines, the Mallard design used aerodynamics on the body, which enabled it to reach speeds of over 100mph (160kph). Presently, the condition of the track or the top designed speeds of the engine determines the fastest speed commercial trains can attain (Yorkshirehistory.com, para1).
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