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Great Northern Railway No.655 A Stirling Class 120 0-4-4BT rebuilt with a domed boiler and enclosed cab at Wood Green / Alexandria Park Station carrying a Kings cross destination board. Date and Photographer Unknown (BT = Back Tank)




G.N.R. Class J14 0-6-0ST No. 927 built at Doncaster in April 1893 to a design by Patrick Stirling. This locomotive was classified as a J53 by the L.N.E.R. and renumbered to 3927 later becoming Class J52/1




Another view of No. 927 This locomotive was withdrawn by B.R. in May 1957 as No. 68762 from Doncaster Shed. Both Photographs c.1910 Photographer and location is unknown




Great Northern Railway No.932 A Stirling Class G1 0-4-4T carrying a Kings cross destination board with a train consisting of 12 wheeled clerestory coaches. Date, Location and Photographer Unknown




G.N.R. Class C1 4-4-2 No.1414 built in March 1905 at Doncaster, passing Holloway and Caledonian Road Station. c.1910 My apologies for the quality of these images from our unknown photographer from 100 years ago.




An unidentified Great Northern Railway Class C1 4-4-2, at Wood Green c.1910 - Photographer unknown.




An unidentified Great Northern Railway Class C1 4-4-2, at Wood Green c.1910 - Photographer unknown.




An unidentified Great Northern Railway Class C1 4-4-2, at Wood Green c.1910 - Photographer unknown.




An unidentified Great Northern Railway Class C1 4-4-2, at Wood Green c.1910 - Photographer unknown.




G.N.R. Class C2 4-4-2T (L.N.E.R. / B.R. Class C12) No. 1507 fitted with condensing equipment for working on the underground lines. Built at Doncaster in April 1899 and withdrawn as B.R. No. 67365 in May 1958 from New England shed. Photographer Unknown




G.N.R. Class C2 4-4-2T (L.N.E.R. / B.R. Class C12) No. 1539 passes Holloway and Caledonian Road Station c.1910. Built at Doncaster in January 1904 and withdrawn as B.R. No. 67389 in April 1955 from Hull Botanic Gardens. Photographer Unknown




G.N.R. Class C2 4-4-2T (L.N.E.R. / B.R. Class C12) No. 1540 is Kings Cross bound at an unknown location c.1910. Built at Doncaster in December 1903 and withdrawn as B.R. No. 67390 in June 1953 from New England shed. Photographer Unknown




A very clean G.N.R. Class D3 4-4-0 No. 4312 at Hitchin c.1910 This locomotive should have been renumbered as L.N.E.R. No. 2129 (B.R. No.62129) had it not been withdrawn in February 1946 (Photographer Unknown)




An unidentified G.N.R. Ivatt Class E1 2-4-0 with a Stirling style cab so is probably a rebuild from Class E2. At Wood Green c.1910-1920 (Photographer Unknown)




An unidentified G.N.R. Ivatt Class E1 2-4-0 at Wood Green c.1910-1920 (Photographer Unknown)




An unidentified G.N.R. Stirling 2-2-2 (7'7" Class I believe) at Wood Green. Date and Photographer Unknown - Any information regarding this image would be very welcome.




G.N.R. 4-2-2 at Wood Green. Date before 1917 Photographer Unknown - Identified as an Ivatt Class A4 or A5 by Chris McDermott.




An unidentified G.N.R. Ivatt Class N1 0-6-2T at Wood Green c.1910-1920 (Photographer Unknown) The locomotive number 1554 or 1564? (both survived to BR ownership) and destination board are tantalizingly unreadable!




G.W.R. 'Saint' Class 4-6-0 No. 2975 'Viscount Churchill' (previously named 'Sir Ernest Palmer') Built as a 4-4-2 in 1905 carrying the number 175, finally withdrawn in 1944.Photographer and location is unknown, date is before February 1924.




G.W.R. 'Star' Class 4-6-0 No. 4003 'Lode Star' Built in 1907, finally withdrawn in July 1951 and now preserved by the N.R.M. This photograph was taken in the early 1920's. - Photographer and location is unknown.




Un-identified G.W.R. 'Star' Class 4-6-0 at Bath Spa Station during the early 1920's Photographer is unknown. ( My apologies for the quality of this image )




Un-identified G.W.R. 'Star' Class 4-6-0 This photograph was taken in the early 1920's. - Photographer and location is unknown.




An unidentified 43XX 2-6-0 mid 1920's - Photographer and location is unknown.




An unidentified G.W.R. 4-4-0 (probably) passes Ealing Broadway Station c.1910 Photographer unknown




M.& S.W.J.R. 'L' Class 4-4-0 No. 1 with fitters posed on the foot plate, this locomotive was built in July 1905 by the North British Loco.Co. renumbered by the G.W.R. in 1923 to 1119, and withdrawn in May 1935 Photographer is unknown. c.1920




Another view of M.& S.W.J.R. 'L' Class 4-4-0 No. 1 with a different crew on the foot plate. Photographer is unknown. Date = c.1920




Cab view of M.& S.W.J.R. 'L' Class 4-4-0 No. 1 Photographer is unknown. Date = c.1920




M.& S.W.J.R. 'L' Class 4-4-0 No. 7 This photograph was possibly taken just south of Cirencester Watermoor Station. Date = c.1920 Photographer unknown. ( My apologies for the quality of this image )




M.& S.W.J.R. 'J' Class 4-4-4T No. 17 This locomotive was built by Sharp Stewart in 1897, renumbered by the G.W.R. to No. 25 in 1923 and withdrawn in 1927 Probable location is near Cirencester Watermoor Station. Photographer is unknown. Date c.1920




An unidentified M.& S.W.J.R. 'F' Class 0-6-0T either No.13 or No.14 (G.W.R. Nos. 825 or 843) - Photographer unknown, possible location from track layout is Tidworth. Date = mid 1920's ( My apologies for the quality of this image )




Unidentified M.& S.W.J.R. 2-4-0 (nearest camera) & M.& S.W.J.R. 'K' Class 0-6-0 No.26 in Cirencester Works Yard. Photographer is unknown. Date c.1920 ( My apologies for the quality of this image )




An unidentified ex.M.& S.W.J.R. 'K' Class 0-6-0 with Great Western on the tender Photographer and location is unknown. Date = mid 1920's ( My apologies for the quality of this image )




Unidentified 2-4-0 M.& S.W.J.R. locomotive inside Cirencester Works. Photographer is unknown. Date = c.1920 ( My apologies for the quality of this image )




A North London Railway 4-4-0T working a Broad Street to Hatfield local passenger train at Barnet. The N.L.R. had running powers to Hatfield over the G.N.R. (Photographer Unknown) c.1910




An unidentified L.S.W.R. S15 4-6-0 - Photographer and location is unknown. Date = mid 1920's ( My apologies for the quality of this image )




An unidentified Metropolitan Railway 0-4-4T passes Farringdon Signal Box c.1910 (Photographer Unknown) - Any information regarding this image would be very welcome.




An unidentified 0-6-0ST. Photograph is presumed to have been taken at the Geneva Workshops of John F. Wake in Darlington c.1920




0-4-0ST Sir B. Samuelson & Co. Ltd. No.3. Photograph is presumed to have been taken at the Geneva Workshops of John F. Wake in Darlington c.1920




0-6-0ST Sir B. Samuelson & Co. Ltd. No.4 'Victoria'. Photograph is presumed to have been taken at the Geneva Workshops of John F. Wake in Darlington c.1920. The unreadable works plate resembles a 'Hunslet' design plate.




0-4-0ST Shawfield Works No.9. Photograph is presumed to have been taken at the Geneva Workshops of John F. Wake in Darlington c.1920




0-6-0ST 'Bexhill' built by Manning Wardle as works No.1365 in 1898. Photograph is presumed to have been taken at the Geneva Workshops of John F. Wake in Darlington c.1920.





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