Rainhill Trials steam trains Diagrams of three of the steam trains contending at the Rainhill Trials of The trials were run at Rainhill near Liverpool UK to determine which train would be used on the newlycompleted railway from Liverpool to Manchester Ten trains entered but only five competed on the day The three steam trains shown here are top to bottom the Novelty by John Ericsson and John Braithwaithe the Sanspareil by Timothy Hackworth and the Rocket by George Stephenson The Novelty was the favourite but withdrew due to engine problems The Sanspareil completed of the required trips before also suffering engine failure It was later used on the railway along with the winner the Rocket the only locomotive to complete the trials
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