The day Mallard steamed into the record books. THE crew on that July 3 run was made up of LNER staff – driver Joe Duddington, and fireman Tommy Bray. Selected to crew the locomotive on its record attempt were driver Joseph Duddington. driver Joe Duddington and Inspector Sid Jenkins were quoted as saying that.
Trains Aka Driver Duddington - British Pathé. Trains - driver Joseph Duddington. Location of events unknown.
M/S of a steam engine. L/S of retiring 6. Duddington climbing down from the "Mallard", he set up a speed record on it which had never been broken. C/U of him. A lady shakes his hand to wish him luck.
C/U of him in the engine. M/S of the train, M/S of Duddington.
Driver Joe Duddington Northamptonshire
- Joe Duddington. Trivia: He was the driver of steam locomotive Mallard, alongside fireman Thomas Bray.
- A train driver called Joseph Duddington set speed record in engine called. British Path. Trains Aka Driver Duddington 1944.
Record Breaking Mallard Steam Train Video smiler126. Driver Joe Duddington & Fireman Thomas Bray immediately brought the train to a halt. Doncaster News and Features: Famous Doncastrian: Joseph Duddington. Joe Duddington, was the Doncaster-born LNER engine driver that broke the world speed record in. On 3rd July 1938 driver Joe Duddington (then aged 61) climbed into the cab of Mallard and booked its place in history by reaching a new world record for steam. Rachel Duddington, the daughter of John and Anne, became one of the Milliners who made and sold The Duddington Bonnet in her step mothers shop in Westgate. This newsreel shows Joseph Duddington making his final trip on the iconic Mallard, the train on which he set a speed record in 1938. View Joseph Duddington's business profile as Driver at Mallard and see work history, affiliations and more.