'The Ace Atlantic Coast Express, S.R., in Weybridge Cutting', 1940. The Atlantic Coast Express (ACE) was an express passenger train in England between Waterloo station, London and seaside resorts in the south-west of England. It ran between 1926 and 1964: at its peak it included coaches for nine separate destinations. In 2008 it was reintroduced by First Great Western, running on summer Saturdays between Paddington station, London, and Newquay.The locomotive shown here is named Sir Francis Drake. From Trains of Today. [Juvenile Productions Ltd., London, 1940]
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