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Wow, any pictures?


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how about this stuey


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Stuey PM sent about this one

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Hi Jaguar, 2807, I like that and the oldest survivor of 213 locomotives saved by Dai Woodham at Barry Island. Amazing to think she was built in 1905 and worked nearly 58 years before being sent to Barry Island. Then to sit langushing for 18 years before being saved. Also amazing that she has been in preservation for 50 years now!

What's the other loco, it's a bit blurred in the piccy

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Thanks for the PM Middlin.....

Flying Scotsman, what a legend, how many owners have lost there head over this one!

I am really jealous!



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hi there,
2 forum members actually work or worked at reedham / somerleyton swing bridge ,brundall, signal boxes , speak up chris ( glen mist !) lol

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I did 20 years, 1987 to 2007 and then some consultancy type work until 2012 on the Doncaster works site.  So iwas up to neck in traction and rolling stock spares, repairs and overhauls for all that time.  Almost all BR stock from 1950s/60s onwards plus Siemens of the modern stuff.

I used to visit Howells in Manchester on AWS matters.  The signalling side of their business had rooms full of the old signal box/relay room kit including relays and relay bases for various signalling schemes.

I keep an interest as a regular traveller by rail.

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both shots were taken at Winchcombe station on the GWR line, the blurred one is 7903 foremarke hall


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Three that I can recall
Peglar went under for £213000

Macalpine bought it from the US finance company

Tony Marchington bought it then spent a million on it after Macalpine and Waterman ran out of money

God only knows how much NRM has spent on it

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