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|Big Big Train discography|
This is the discography of the English progressive rock band, Big Big Train . To date, the band have released thirteen studio albums, two demos, three EPs, and three live albums.
|1994||Goodbye to the Age of Steam|
|1997||English Boy Wonders|
|2007||The Difference Machine|
|2009||The Underfall Yard|
|2012||English Electric Part One|
|2013||English Electric Part Two|
|2017||The Second Brightest Star|
|2022||Welcome To The Planet|
|2016||From Stone and Steel (Live from Real World studios 2014)||Live|
|2016||A Stone's Throw From the Line (Live from King's Place 2015)||Live|
|2018||Merchants of Light||Live|
|2013||English Electric: Full Power||Compilation|
|2016||Stone & Steel|
|2019||Reflectors of Light|
|1991||From the River to the Sea|
|1993||The Infant Hercules|
|2010||Far Skies Deep Time (EP)|
|2013||Make Some Noise (EP)|
|2017||London Song (EP)|
|2017||Merry Christmas (EP)|
|2018||Swan Hunter (EP)|
|2021||The Connection Plan|
|2021||Made in Sunshine|
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