Invicta was built by Robert Stephenson in 1829 for the Canterbury & Whitstable Railway. It was subsequently rescued and displayed at various locations and therefore became the first locomotive in the world to be preserved. In 1907 it was put on display in Canterbury where it sat outdoors for the next 70 years. In 1977 it was sent to the National Railway Museum in York for a cosmetic restoration. Currently displayed at the Whitstable Museum.
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