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A2 4-6-2 No. 60532 'Blue Peter' Thornton (62A) Easter 1968
A2 4-6-2 No. 60532 'Blue Peter' Thornton (62A) Easter 1968
An unidentified A2 4-6-2 heads south from Leeds at Hunts Lane crossing Doncaster
1949 (Photograph by Tony Roberts)
W1 4-6-4 No.60700 at an unknown location in the mid 1950's.
V2 2-6-2 No.60809 'The Snapper The East Yorkshire Regiment The Duke of York's Own' at an unknown location in the mid 1950's.
No. 60831 (L.N.E.R.4802) New England Triangle 1964 The triangle was the only
means of turning engines at the MPD and gave its name to a local pub a frequent haunt of railway men going off duty
V2 2-6-2 No. 60837 backs under the coaling stage at New England c.1964
Probably V2 2-6-2 No. 60868 (number is hard to read) at Heaton (52B) MPD in 1965
No. 60864 of New England shed on an 'up' freight approaching Peterborough in the
winter of 1963 at Sages Lane, the hut to the left of the locomotive is a shelter for the Postman when making a TPO pick-up or
This image shows V2 60931 (L.N.E.R.4862) standing outside Darlington works in
V2 2-6-2 No.60970 at an unknown location in the mid 1950's.
An un-identified V2 2-6-2 Walton Peterborough 1965 Note outside steam pipes to
An pair of unidentified V2 2-6-2's await their final fate at Swindon in 1964,
just visible on the nearest one's smoke box door is the inscription 'Old Faithful' A total of 15 V2s ended their days at
An unidentified V2 4-6-2 heads south at Hunts Lane crossing Doncaster 1949
(Photograph by Tony Roberts)
An unidentified V2 2-6-2 approaches Walton North of Peterborough level crossing
with lamp indicating a class 'K' freight train c.1963. (K = Pick-up or Branch Freight or Mineral/Ballast train on short run.)
B1 4-6-0 No. 61030 Royston MPD 1966
B1 4-6-0 No. 61082 at Cleethorpes in August 1950 - Photographer Unknown
B1 4-6-0 No.61125 enters Doncaster from Sheffield c.1950 (Photograph by Tony
B1 4-6-0 No. 61145 at the site of Peterborough East MPD c.1964
B1 4-6-0 No. 61153 at Canklow MPD c.1965
B1 4-6-0 No. 61158 having already lost its tender to the cutters torch awaits the
same treatment at Cohens scrap yard near Kettering in 1966.
B1 4-6-0 No. 61167 approaches Walton Crossing Peterborough on the 14th of
B1 4-6-0 No. 61195 built in May 1947 by the North British Loco Co. stands at
Immingham MPD in March 1951 - Photographer Unknown
B1 4-6-0 No.61204 Doncaster ready to depart for Lincoln 1947/48 (Photograph by
B1 4-6-0 No. 61233 at an unknown location. c.1964
B1 4-6-0 No. 61237 at Low Moor 1966
B1 4-6-0 No. 61312 built in April 1948 by the North British Loco Co. waits at
Cleethorpes Station in November 1950 - Photographer Unknown
B1 4-6-0 No. 61315 Canklow MPD 1966
From right to left B1 4-6-0s Nos. 61329 , 61250 , 61158 , unid. B1 & No.
48064 2-8-0 8F at Cohens' Kettering August 1966
B1 4-6-0 No. 61360 built in March 1950 by the North British Loco Co. at Doncaster
MPD in company with an unidentified 9F and a 'Brush Type 4' in 1966
B1 4-6-0 No. 61406 Kettering 1966
B16 4-6-0 No. 61457 built at Darlington in October 1923 hides behind a 1st
generation DMU at an unidentified location in the North East c.1960 - Photographer Unknown
Scottish allocated B12 61543 4-6-0 is photographed at a wet Aberdeen in the early 1950's
B12 61556 4-6-0 at Liverpool Street Station in the early 1950's
B12 4-6-0 No. 61572 before restoration at March MPD on Friday 9th of April 1965
B17 4-6-0 No. 61633 'Kimbolton Castle' stands in the bay platform at Doncaster in
the late 1950's This locomotive was withdrawn from March MPD in September 1959. (Photograph by Tony Roberts)
B17 4-6-0 No. 61657 'Doncaster Rovers'. This locomotive was withdrawn from March
MPD in June 1960. Location and Photographer are unknown
V4 2-6-2 No. 61701 known as 'Bantam Hen' but not officially named. Seen at Parkhead Glasgow in the early 1950's
K2 2-6-0 No. 61724 at Cleethorpes in June 1950. This locomotive was built at
Doncaster in February 1913 and remained in service until January 1958 (Photographer - Unknown)
Gresley designed K2 2-6-0 No. 61738 at an unknown location in the mid 1950's with a rather full tender
K2 2-6-0 No. 61750 at an unknown location in the mid 1950's
K2 2-6-0 No. 61793 at Keith MPD in the mid 1950's
K3 2-6-0 No. 61870 at Cleethorpes in June 1950. (Photographer - Unknown)
K3 2-6-0 No. 61912 former stationary boiler at New England MPD 1965
K3 2-6-0 No. 61912 former stationary boiler stands under the water gantry at New
England MPD 1965
K4 2-6-0 No. 3442 (B.R. No.61994) Leeds Neville Hill c.1965 Built in July 1938,
this locomotive was finally withdrawn from British Railways stock in December 1961 when it was purchased by Viscount Garnock
for use on a number of rail tours until the 1968 ban on steam locomotives on the National Network brought this activity to a
K4 2-6-0 No. 3442 (B.R. No.61994) Darlington 03/10/1964
Class D3 4-4-0 No. 2000 formerly No. 4076 built in 1897, retained for use with
the 'Directors Saloon' photographed at Grantham c.1947/8. This was the last locomotive of this class in service finally being
withdrawn in October 1951
K1 2-6-0 No. 62045 at Darlington during 1964
Class D40 4-4-0 No.62264 built in 1900 and withdrawn in 1957. Location unknown.
Great North of Scotland Railway 4-4-0 Class 'V' (L.N.E.R. class D40) built at Inverurie Works in 1909 as No.27. Withdrawn in 1957 as 62265. Photographed at Keith MPD in the early 1950s.
North British Railway 4-4-0 Class 'M' (L.N.E.R. class D31) built at Cowlairs Works in 1890 as No.635. Withdrawn in 1952 as 62281. Photographed in the early 1950s at Carlise Canal MPD.
D11 4-4-0 No.62668 'Jutland' at Doncaster c.1950 (Photograph by Tony Roberts)
Class D11 4-4-0 No.62689 'Maid of Lorn' built by Armstrong Whitworth in 1924 and withdrawn in 1961. Photographed in the early 1950's.
D11 4-4-0 No.62691 'Laird of Balmawhapple' at Thornton c.1954. Photographer
Class C4 4-4-2 No.62900 built for the G.C.R. by Beyer Peacock in December 1903.
Photographed at Grimsby Town shortly before withdrawal in November 1950 - B.R. number allocated but never carried
Class C4 4-4-2 No.62909 built for the G.C.R. by the N.B.L. Co. in October 1905.
Photographed at Cleethorpes in October 1950 shortly before withdrawal in November - B.R. number allocated but never carried
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