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Looking very forlorn in the main shed of Madrid's Railway Museum, this loco - and I'm sorry I
don't have a record of what it is - seemed to be much ignored by the crowd (who anyway were
mostly there for the live jazz/dance concert that was going on in the Museum grounds).
I got my Rite of Passage with steam locomotives very late in life when I filmed a British team
rescuing ten Finnish locomotives from near the Arctic Circle that were otherwise going to be
scrapped. They were all coupled up and towed by diesels to Helsinki to board a ship for
Felixstowe, but on the way we stopped to collect a few more at another railway yard called
Haapamaki, a sort of forgotten siding with a museum attached. And there, on a plinth, was a
huge Finnish 'Risto' locomotive that had been cut in half lengthways. And there it was that I
finally understood how a steam locomotive worked. Having recently got inside, with my camera,
the smoke box and the fire box of one of our rescued engines for the sake of the film, I could
now piece together the rest of the process. I've had a huge respect for these noisy, filthy,
smelly, oily, glorious engineering wonders ever since.
Looking very forlorn in the main shed of Madrid's Railway Museum, this loco - and I'm sorry I don't
have a record of what it is - seemed to be much ignored by the crowd (who anyway were mostly
there for the live jazz/dance concert that was going on in the Museum grounds).
I got my Rite of Passage with steam locomotives very late in life when I filmed a British team
rescuing ten Finnish locomotives from near the Arctic Circle that were otherwise going to be
scrapped. They were all coupled up and towed by diesels to Helsinki to board a ship for Felixstowe,
but on the way we stopped to collect a few more at another railway yard called Haapamaki, a sort
of forgotten siding with a museum attached. And there, on a plinth, was a huge Finnish 'Risto'
locomotive that had been cut in half lengthways. And there it was that I finally understood how a
steam locomotive worked. Having recently got inside, with my camera, the smoke box and the fire
box of one of our rescued engines for the sake of the film, I could now piece together the rest of
the process. I've had a huge respect for these noisy, filthy, smelly, oily, glorious engineering
wonders ever since.

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