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EE Type 3 and GWR No 3836 head a heavy freight through Severn Tunnel Junction on Sept would later become 37168 /

Class 37s Nos L to R No.37118 No.37191 No.37113 No.37188 in line at Grangemouth Depot with the nose of Class 26 No. 26039 on the eve of 25th June 1988. (Ian Williams)

Class Nos L to R in line at Grangemouth Depot with the nose of Class 26 No. 26039 on the eve of June (Ian Williams)

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Metropolitan Vickers / Crossley Type 2 Co-Bo no. on Carnforth Shed. June 1968 A higher resolution rescan of a Kodachrome II slide.

David Heys steam diesel photo collection - 31 - BR SOUTHERN REGION - 2

David Heys steam diesel photo collection - 31 - BR SOUTHERN REGION - 2

Brand new Brush Type 4 Co-Co D1825 drops on to Kirkby-in-Ashfield shed on 30th March 1965. D1825 was from the batch of class 47’s built without train heating for dedicated freight use and entered traffic on the 22nd March 1965, allocated to Toton. Withdrawn as 47344 in July 1999 it was broken up in February 2002 at EMR Kingsbury. From 1991 to 95 carried the name 'Chieftain'.

Brand new Brush Type 4 Co-Co drops on to Kirkby-in-Ashfield shed after a spell of work on 81 trip. The locomen seem quite keen to be recorded for posterity. March 1965 A higher resolution rescan of a Kodachrome II transparency.

BoCo - BoCo is a BR Class 28 Co-Bo Diesel-electric engine. His name is derived from his Co-Bo wheel arrangement, though reversed as the Reverend W. Awdry thought "BoCo" sounded more affectionate.

BoCo

Other Railway Diesels - he second diesel was painted in British Rail "Rail Blue" livery with large yellow warning panels, and appeared to be based on a BR Class BoCo and are also members of this class.

A Manchester - Altrincham class 505 Emu built in 1929 by the LMS when this line was electrified at 1'500volts dc. These trains ran for over 40 years, not being withdrawn until the early 1970s when the line was converted to 25kv ac, long enough for them to receive BR blue livery with full yellow end, as seen here in 1968. Image from Google.

MSJA Dc emu built originally by the LMS in the late for use in Manchester and Altrincham. Classified 505 by British Railways they lasted for 40 years, being finally withdrawn in 1972 when the line was converted to ac operation.

Leading a trio of withdrawn locomotives 55018 (D9018) "BALLYMOSS" stands at Doncaster Works on the 29th November 1981, also seen are 55005 (D9005) "THE PRINCE OF WALES'S OWN REGIMENT OF YORKSHIRE" (withdrawn 08.02.81) and on the right of the picture 55011 (D9011) "ROYAL NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS" (withdrawn 08.11.81). 55018 was cut up at Doncaster during January 1982.

Leading a trio of withdrawn locomotives 55018 (D9018) "BALLYMOSS" stands at Doncaster Works on the 29th November 1981, also seen are 55005 (D9005) "THE PRINCE OF WALES'S OWN REGIMENT OF YORKSHIRE" (withdrawn 08.02.81) and on the right of the picture 55011 (D9011) "ROYAL NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS" (withdrawn 08.11.81). 55018 was cut up at Doncaster during January 1982.

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