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All Our Yesterdays – 60 Years Ago – 1958

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    All Our Yesterdays – 60 Years Ago –January 1958

    Sixty years ago Standard class steam locomotives were still in production, diesel shunter production was in full swing and the first of the Pilot Scheme mainline diesels were just starting to be delivered.

    New Locomotives
    Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 – 92172/84/85/86
    Class 03 – D2004/05/06/07/08
    Class 04 – D2266/67
    Class 05 – 11176 (D2573)
    Class 08 – D3408/09/10/11/12/13/23
    Class 10 – D3478/79/80, D3500/01/02
    Class 20 – D8017
    Class 30 – D5503/04
    Class D20/2 – D600
    New Diesel Multiple Units
    Gloucester RCW (Class 100) – Sc51119/20/21/22/23, Sc56311/12/13/14/15
    Park Royal (Class 103) – M50396/97, M56151/52
    BRCW (Class 104) – M50467/68/69/70/71/72, M50519/20/21/22/23/24, M59175/76/77/78/79/80
    Cravens (Class 105) – M50763/64/65/66/67/96/97/98/99, M50800, M59318/19/20/21/22
    Metro Cammell (Class 111) – E50277/78/79/87/88/89, E59107/08/09
    BR Derby (Class 116) – 50832/33/34/35/36/38/39/40/41/43/45/46/85/86/87/88/89/91/92/93/94/96/98/99, 59340/41/42/43/44/46/47/48/49/51/53/54
    Swindon Cross Country (Class 120) – W50649/50/51/52/53/54, W50712/13
    BR Eastleigh 6L (Class 202) – 1016

    In the month seventy seven steam locomotives were withdrawn, thirty four being over fifty years old with North Eastern Railway J77 Class 0-6-0T 68397 being the oldest, having entering traffic in May 1875 and condemned eighty two years later. The majority of these withdrawals were the older secondary main line and branch line passenger engines, steam shunting engines and old freight engines being displaced by the continued delivery of the Standards, Diesel Multiple Units and diesel shunting engines. As the older engines were withdrawn the number of post grouping engines condemned was starting to increase with twenty three locomotives condemned. built post the 1923 grouping.

    A number I have photographed later in life and can be found in this collection. As always feedback and comments welcome

    D3413 (08343) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/7566431262/
    D5504 (31004) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/11600311133/
    M50652 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5661683419/
     
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    All Our Yesterdays – 60 Years Ago –February 1958

    Sixty years ago the last 9F 2-10-0 Standard class steam locomotives were still in production, diesel shunter production was in full swing and the Pilot Scheme mainline diesels were being delivered. There was also a steady flow of new diesel multiple units.

    New Locomotives
    Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 – 92171/73/74/75/87/88
    Class 03 – D2009/10/11/12
    Class 04 – D2268/69
    Class 08 – D3414/15/16/17/24/25
    Class 10 – D3481/82
    Class 15 – D8201/02/03
    Class 20 – D8018
    Class 30 – D5505
    New Diesel Multiple Units
    Gloucester RCW (Class 100) – Sc51124/25/26/27, Sc56316/17/18/19
    Metro Cammell (Class 101) – M50303/04/05/06/07/21/22/23/24/25, M59114/15/16/17/18
    Park Royal (Class 103) – M50398, M56153
    BRCW (Class 104) – M50473/74/75/76/77, M50525/26/27/28/29, M59181/82/83/84/85
    Cravens (Class 105) – M50768/69/71/72, M50801/02/04/05, M59323/24
    BR Derby (Class 116) – W50837/42/44/47/48/49/50/51/52/54/90/95/97, W50900/01/02/03/04/05/07, W59345/50/52/55/56/57/58/59/60/62
    Swindon Cross Country (Class 120) – W50655/56/57/58/59/60
    BR Eastleigh 6L (Class 202) – 1017/18

    In the month fifty two steam locomotives were withdrawn, forty being over fifty years old with Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway 23 Class 0-6-0ST 51321 being the oldest, having entering traffic in July 1877 and condemned eighty years later. The majority of these withdrawals were the older secondary main line and branch line passenger engines, steam shunting engines and old freight engines being displaced by the continued delivery of the last of the Standards, Diesel Multiple Units and diesel shunting engines. Six engines condemned. were built post the 1923 grouping.

    A number I have photographed later in life and can be found in this collection. As always feedback and comments welcome

    D2009 (03009) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5946507379/
    D3424 (08354) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8089179558/
    D8018 (20018) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5632044734/
    M50321 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/6782323402/
    M50321 – https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/16566850572/
    M56153 – https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/28294845474/
     
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    All Our Yesterdays – 60 Years Ago –March 1958

    Sixty years ago the last 9F 2-10-0 Standard class steam locomotives were still in production, diesel shunter production was in full swing and the Pilot Scheme mainline diesels were being delivered. There was also a steady flow of new diesel multiple units.

    New Locomotives
    Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 – 92176/77/89/90
    Class 03 – D2013/14/15/16
    Class 04 – D2270/71/72
    Class 08 – D3418/26/27/28/29, D3609/10/11/52/53/54
    Class 10 – D3483/84/85/86/87/88
    Class 20 – D8019
    Class 30 – D5506
    Class 40 – D200
    Class D20/2 – D601
    New Diesel Multiple Units
    Gloucester RCW (Class 100) – Sc51127, Sc56319
    Metro Cammell (Class 101) – M50308/09/12/13/14/15/16/26/27/30/31/32/33/34, M59119/20/23/24/25/26/27
    Park Royal (Class 103) – M50399, M56154
    BRCW (Class 104) – M50478/79, M50530/31/32/33, M56175/76, M59186/87
    Cravens (Class 105) – M50770/73/74/75/76/77, M50803/06/07/08/09/10, M59325
    BR Derby (Class 116) – W50853/55/56/57/60, W50906/08/09/10/13, W59361/63/64/65/68
    Swindon Cross Country (Class 120) – W50661/62/63/64, W50714/15/16, W59255/56/57/58/59/60/61/62/63/64/65/66/67/68/69/70/71/72
    BR Eastleigh 6L (Class 202) – 1019/31

    In the month sixty six steam locomotives were withdrawn, thirty eight being over fifty years old with Midland Railway 3F Class 0-6-0 43193 being the oldest, having entering traffic in October 1888 and condemned sixty nine years later. The majority of these withdrawals were the older secondary main line and branch line passenger engines, steam shunting engines and old freight engines being displaced by the continued delivery of the last of the Standards, Diesel Multiple Units and diesel shunting engines. Twelve engines condemned were built post the 1923 grouping and one engine, Great Western Railway 57xx Class 0-6-0PT 6771 was actually built after nationalisation, entering traffic in October 1950 and only seven years old when condemned..

    A number I have photographed later in life and can be found in this collection. As always feedback and comments welcome

    D2271 – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/6317719442/
    D2271 – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8320254285/
    D200 (40122) - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/6497731943/
    D200 (40122) - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8101893925/
    D601 - https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/32061406001/
    M50663 – https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/14287861344/
    50716 – https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/30447455416/
     
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    All Our Yesterdays – 60 Years Ago –April 1958

    Sixty years ago the last 9F 2-10-0 Standard class steam locomotives were still in production, diesel shunter production was in full swing and the Pilot Scheme mainline diesels were being delivered. There was also a steady flow of new diesel multiple units.

    New Locomotives
    Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 – 92163/64/65, 92191
    Class 03 – D2017/18
    Class 04 – D2273
    Class 08 – D3430/31/32/33, D3503/04/05/06/07/08, D3655/56
    Class 10 – D3489/90/91/92/93
    Class 15 – D8204/05
    Class 30 – D5507/08
    Class 40 – D201/02
    Class D3/1 – D2900/01/02/03

    New Diesel Multiple Units
    Metro Cammell (Class 101) – M50317/18/19/20/35/36/37/38, M59128/29/30/31
    Park Royal (Class 103) – M50400/01, M56155/56
    BRCW (Class 104) –M50534/35/36/37/38/39/40, M56177/78/79/80/81/82/83
    Cravens (Class 105) – M50778/79/80/82, M50811/12/13/15
    BR Derby (Class 116) – W50858/59/61/62, W50911/12/14/15, W59366/67/69/70
    Swindon Cross Country (Class 120) – W50665, W50717/18/19
    Waggon und Maschinenbau Railbus – E79960/61/62/63/64
    BR Eastleigh 6L (Class 202) – 1032/33/34

    In the month sixty four steam locomotives were withdrawn, forty seven being over fifty years old with North Eastern Railway J77 0-6-0T 68399 being the oldest, having entering traffic in June 1875 and condemned eighty two years later. The majority of these withdrawals were the older secondary main line and branch line passenger engines, steam shunting engines and older freight engines being displaced by the continued delivery of the last of the 9F standards, the pilot scheme main line diesels, diesel multiple units and diesel shunting engines. Eleven engines condemned were built post the 1923 grouping with the youngest engine condemned being London and North Eastern Railway D49 Shire/Hunt 4-4-0 62756 The Brocklesby at twenty three years old.

    A number I have photographed later in life and can be found in this collection. As always feedback and comments welcome

    D3503 (08388) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8089178440/
    D3505 (08390) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5539376990/
    D5508 (31008) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/12450684923/
    D202 (40002) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/13373763335/
    M50862 – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/6176896701/
    E79962 – https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/14285036821/
    E79962 - https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/14316013100/
    79964 – https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/13941030507/
     
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    All Our Yesterdays – 60 Years Ago –May 1958

    60 years ago the last 9F 2-10-0 Standard class steam locomotives were still in production, diesel shunter production was in full swing and the Pilot Scheme mainline diesels were being delivered. There was also a steady flow of new diesel multiple units.

    New Locomotives
    Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 – 92166/67/92/93, 92221
    Class 03 – D2019/20/21/22
    Class 08 – D3434/35/36, D3509/10/11/12/13/14/15/16/17/18/19, D3657/58/59/60/72/73/74
    Class 10 – D3494/95
    Class 15 – D8206
    Class 16 – D8400
    Class 30 – D5509/10
    Class 40 – D203/04
    Class D3/1 – D2904

    New Diesel Multiple Units
    Metro Cammell (Class 101) – Sc51224/25/26/27/28/29/30/31/32/33/34/35/36/37, Sc56382/83/84/85/86/87/88/89/90/91/92/93/94/95
    Park Royal (Class 103) – M50402/03/04, M56157/58/59
    BRCW (Class 104) –M50541/94/95/96/97/98, M56184/85/86/87/88/89
    Cravens (Class 105) – M50781/83/84, M50814/16/17, E51254/55, E56412/13
    BR Derby (Class 116) – W50863/64/65/66/67, W50916/17/18/19/20, W59371/72/73/74/75
    Swindon Cross Country (Class 120) – W50666/67/68/69/70/71/72/73/74/75, W59273/74/75/76/77/78/79/80.
    Gloucester RCW (Class 122) – W55000/01/02/03/04/05/06/07/08/09/10/11/12/13/14
    BR Eastleigh 6L (Class 202) – 1035/36/37

    In the month seventy three steam locomotives were withdrawn, forty four being over fifty years old with North Eastern Railway J77 0-6-0T 68402 being the oldest, having entering traffic in June 1875 and condemned eighty two years later. The majority of these withdrawals were the older secondary main line and branch line passenger engines, steam shunting engines and older freight engines being displaced by the continued delivery of the last of the 9F standards, the pilot scheme main line diesels, diesel multiple units and diesel shunting engines. Fourteen engines condemned were built post the 1923 grouping with the youngest engine condemned being Great Western Railway 0-4-2T 1461 at twenty two years old.

    A number I have photographed later in life and can be found in this collection. As always feedback and comments welcome

    D2021 (03021) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/6317720152/
    D2022 (03022) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/7471191920/
    D3434 (08364) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/12007459515/
    D3657 (08502) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8234780038/
    D3673 (08511 – https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/27299676363/
    D203 (40003) - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/6030885295/
    E51230 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8231918456/
    M50541 – https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/33393272064/
    M50784 – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5838057689/
    M50667 – https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/14163691382/
    M50669 - https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/16668037191/
    59276 - https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/26851999042/
    55005 - https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8133981221/
    M55005 - https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/16653324153/
    55014 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/9096636313/
     
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    All Our Yesterdays – 60 Years Ago –June 1958

    Sixty years ago the last 9F 2-10-0 Standard class steam locomotives were still in production, diesel shunter production was in full swing and the Pilot Scheme mainline diesels were being delivered. There was also a steady flow of new diesel multiple units.

    New Locomotives
    Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 – 92195/95, 92222/23/24/25/26
    Class 03 – Departmental 91
    Class 06 – D2410
    Class 08 – D3437/38, D3520/21/22/23/24/25/26/27/28/29, D3661/62/63/75/76/77
    Class 10 – D3496, D3612/13
    Class 15 – D8207
    Class 16 – D8401
    Class 30 – D5511/12
    Class 40 – D205
    ClassD2/10 – D2720/21/23
    Class D3/1 – D2905

    New Diesel Multiple Units
    Metro Cammell (Class 101) – Sc51238/39/40/41/42/43/44/45, Sc56396/97/98/99, Sc56400/01/02/03
    Park Royal (Class 103) – M50405/06, M56160/61
    BRCW (Class 104) –E50542/43/44/45/63/64/65/66, E59188/89/90/91, E59209/10/11/12
    Cravens (Class 105) –E51256/57/58/59/60/61/62, E56414/15/16/17/18/19/20
    BR Derby (Class 108) – E50605/07, E56196/98
    BR Derby (Class 116) – W50868, W50921, W59376
    Swindon Cross Country (Class 120) – W50676, W50720/21.
    Gloucester RCW (Class 122) –W56291/92/93/94
    BR Eastleigh 2H (Class 205) – 1119/20/21

    In the month fifty nine steam locomotives were withdrawn, thirty two being over fifty years old with North Eastern Railway J77 0-6-0T 68424 being the oldest, having entering traffic in March 1879 and condemned seventy nine years later. The majority of these withdrawals were the older secondary main line and branch line passenger engines, steam shunting engines and older freight engines being displaced by the continued delivery of the last of the 9F standards, the pilot scheme main line diesels, diesel multiple units and diesel shunting engines. Thirteen engines condemned were built post the 1923 grouping with the youngest engine condemned being London and North Eastern Railway B17 4-6-0 61667 at twenty one years old.

    A number I have photographed later in life and can be found in this collection. As always feedback and comments welcome

    D3520 (08405) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5749831156/
    D3525 (08410) – https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/26068654350/
    D3528 (08413) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8257317104/
    D3662 (08507) – https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/20399872701/
    D3675 (08513) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8519741975/
    D3613 (David) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5851898684/
    E51238 – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5814362790/
    E56398 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/6740752471/
    E51257 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5798678791/
    E51259 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5814361104
    E56415 – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/11561257516/
     
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    All Our Yesterdays – 60 Years Ago –July 1958

    Sixty years ago the last 9F 2-10-0 Standard class steam locomotives were still in production, diesel shunter production was in full swing and the Pilot Scheme mainline diesels were being delivered. There was also a steady flow of new diesel multiple units.

    New Locomotives
    Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 – 92227/28/29
    Class 05 – D2574/75/76/77
    Class 06 – D2411
    Class 08 – D3530/31/32/33/34/35, D3664/80/81
    Class 10 – D3614/15
    Class 15 – D8208
    Class 16 – D8402/03
    Class 26 – D5300
    Class 28 _ D5700
    Class 30 – D5513/14/15
    Class 40 – D206/07
    ClassD2/10 – D2722/24/25/26
    Class D3/1 – D2906

    New Diesel Multiple Units
    Metro Cammell (Class 101) – E51204/05, Sc51246/47/48/49/50/51/52/53, E56362/63, Sc56404/05/06/07/08/09/10/11
    Park Royal (Class 103) – M50407/08, M56162/63
    BRCW (Class 104) –E50546/47/48/67/68/69, E59192/93/94, E59213/14/15
    Cravens (Class 105) –E51263/64/65/66/67/68, E56421/22/34/24/25/26
    BR Derby (Class 108) – E50599, E50603/04/06/08/14, E56190/94/95/97/99, E56205
    BR Derby (Class 116) – W50869/70, W50922/23, W51128/41, W59438
    Swindon Cross Country (Class 120) – W50722/23, W59281/82.
    Gloucester RCW (Class 122) –W55015/16/17/18/19, W56295/96/97/98/99
    Cravens (Class 129) – M55997/98

    In the month sixty six steam locomotives were withdrawn, twenty four being over fifty years old with Midland Railway Johnson 2F 0-6-0 58196 being the oldest, having entering traffic in March 1880 and condemned seventy eight years later. The majority of these withdrawals were the older secondary main line and branch line passenger engines, steam shunting engines and older freight engines being displaced by the continued delivery of the last of the 9F standards, the pilot scheme main line diesels, diesel multiple units and diesel shunting engines. Twenty one engines condemned were built post the 1923 grouping with the youngest engine condemned being Great Western Railway 51xx 2-6-2T 4139 at only eighteen years old.

    A number I have photographed later in life and can be found in this collection. As always feedback and comments welcome

    D3532 (08417) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/6292673828/
    D5300 (26007) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/6286091582/
    D5513 (31013) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8702941209/
    D5514 (31014) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5721441058/
    D5515 (31015) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/6016592107/
    D207 (40007) - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5890152638/
    Sc55015 – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/9373368039/
    W55016 (TDB975540) - https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/14286363912/
     
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    All Our Yesterdays – 60 Years Ago –August 1958

    Sixty years ago the last 9F 2-10-0 Standard class steam locomotives were still in production, diesel shunter production was in full swing and the Pilot Scheme mainline diesels were being delivered although annual works holidays seems to have slowed deliveries of the main line prototypes in this month. There was also a steady flow of new diesel multiple units.

    New Locomotives
    Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 – 92196, 92230/31/32/33/34/35
    Class 03 – D2023/24/25
    Class 08 – D3536/37/38/39/40/41/42/43/74/75/76/77/93, D3678/79/82/83
    Class 10 – D3616/17/18/19/20
    Class 16 – D8404
    Class 40 – D208
    Class 42 – D800
    ClassD2/10 – D2727/28
    Class D3/1 – D2907/08

    New Diesel Multiple Units
    Metro Cammell (Class 101) – E51206/07/08/09, E56364/65/66/67,
    Park Royal (Class 103) – M50409, M56164
    BRCW (Class 104) –E50549/50/70/71, E59195/96, E59216/17
    Cravens (Class 105) –E51269/70/71, E56427/28/29
    BR Derby (Class 108) – E50609/10/11/12/13, E56200/01/02/03/04
    Class 109 (Wickham) – E50419, E56174
    BR Derby (Class 116) – W51129/30/31/32/33/42/43/44/45/46, W59439/40/41/42/43
    Swindon Cross Country (Class 120) – W50724/25/26/27/28/29/30/31, W59283/84.
    Cravens (Class 129) – M55999
    AC Cars Railbus – W79975

    In the month seventy six steam locomotives were withdrawn, thirty eight being over fifty years old with North Eastern Railway Worsdell J71 0-6-0T 68242 being the oldest, having entering traffic in May 1888 and condemned seventy years later. The majority of these withdrawals were the older secondary main line and branch line passenger engines, steam shunting engines and older freight engines being displaced by the continued delivery of the last of the 9F standards, the pilot scheme main line diesels, diesel multiple units and diesel shunting engines. Twenty two engines condemned were built post the 1923 grouping with the youngest engine condemned being Great Western Railway 64xx 0-6-0PT 6423 at only twenty two years old.

    A number I have photographed later in life and can be found in this collection. As always feedback and comments welcome

    D2023 – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5851891846/
    D2024 – https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/14605115887/
    D2025 (03025) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5975143393/
    D3538 (08423) - https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/32512302280/
    D3542 (08427) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8256246957/
    D3543 (08428) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/6010900274/
    D3574 (08459) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/7828996556/
    D3575 (08460) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8296750480/
    D3682 (08520) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8520855784/
    M56164 - https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/16808830208/
    M50730 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5605217131/
     
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    All Our Yesterdays – 60 Years Ago –September 1958

    Sixty years ago the last 9F 2-10-0 Standard class steam locomotives were still in production, diesel shunter production was in full swing as was delivery of the Pilot Scheme mainline locomotives. There was also a steady flow of new diesel multiple units.

    New Locomotives
    Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 – 92197, 92236/37/38/39
    Class 03 – D2026/27
    Class 06 – D2412
    Class 08 – D3544/45/46/47/48/49/78/79/94/95/96/97, D3684/85/86
    Class 10 – D3621/22/23/24
    Class 16 – D8405/06/07/08/09
    Class 24 – D5000
    Class 26 – D5301
    Class 28 – D5701/02
    Class 30 – D5516/17
    Class 40 – D209
    ClassD2/10 – D2729/30/31
    Class D3/1 – D2909/10

    New Diesel Multiple Units
    Metro Cammell (Class 101) – E51210/11/12/13/14/15/16, E56368/69/70/71/72/73/74,
    Park Royal (Class 103) – M50410/11/12, M56165/66/67
    BRCW (Class 104) –E50551/52/53/54/72/73/74/75, E59197/98/99, E59200/18/19/20/21
    Cravens (Class 105) –E51272/73/74/75/76/77/78/79/80, E56430/31/32/33/34/35/36/37/38
    BR Derby (Class 108) – E50615/16, E56206/07
    BR Derby (Class 116) – W51134/35/36/47/48/49, W59444/45/46
    Swindon Cross Country (Class 120) – W50677/78/79/80/81/82, W59285/86/87/88/89.
    Bristol Railbus – Sc79958
    Wickham Railbus – Sc79965
    AC Cars Railbus – W79976

    In the month ninety six steam locomotives were withdrawn, thirty being over fifty years old with London Brighton and South Coast Railway Stroudley 0-6-0T 32113 being the oldest, having entering traffic in May 1877 and condemned eighty one years later. The majority of these withdrawals were the older secondary main line and branch line passenger engines, steam shunting engines and older freight engines being displaced by the continued delivery of the last of the 9F standards, the pilot scheme main line diesels, diesel multiple units and diesel shunting engines. Forty three engines condemned were built post the 1923 grouping with the youngest engine condemned being Great Western Railway 57xx 0-6-0PT 3793 at only ninteen years old.

    A number I have photographed later in life and can be found in this collection. As always feedback and comments welcome

    D3547 (08432) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8089177757/
    D3595 (08480) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/9383439172/
    D5000 (24005) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5831209849/
    M50680 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/7239360082/
     
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    All Our Yesterdays – 60 Years Ago –October 1958

    Sixty years ago the last 9F 2-10-0 Standard class steam locomotives were still in production, diesel shunter production was in full swing as was delivery of the Pilot Scheme mainline locomotives. There was also a steady flow of new diesel multiple units.

    New Locomotives
    Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 – 92198/99, 92240/41/42/43
    Class 03 – D2028/29/30
    Class 06 – D2413/14
    Class 08 – D3550/51/52/53/54/55/56/80/81/82/98/99, D3600/01/02/03
    Class 10 – D3625/26/27/28/29/30/31/32/33
    Class 15 – D8209
    Class 24 – D5001
    Class 26 – D5302/03/04
    Class 28 – D5703
    Class 30 – D5518
    ClassD2/10 – D2732/33/34

    New Diesel Multiple Units
    Metro Cammell (Class 101) – M51174, E51217/18/19/20/21/22, M56332, E56375/76/77/78/79/80,
    Park Royal (Class 103) – M50413/14, M56168/69
    BRCW (Class 104) –E50555/56/57/58/76/77/78/79, E59201/02/03/04/22/23/24/25
    Cravens (Class 105) –E51281/82/83/84/85, E56439/40/41/42/43
    BR Derby (Class 108) – E50620/21/30/31/32/33/34/35/36/37/38/39/40/41/42/43, E59245/46/47/48/49/50, E59380/81/82/83/84/85/86/87
    BR Derby (Class 116) – W51137/38/39/50/51/52, W59447/48
    Gloucester RCW (Class 119) – W51052/53/53/55/80/81/82/83, W59413/14
    Swindon Cross Country (Class 120) – W50683/84/85/96/87/88, W59290/91/92/93/94.
    AC Cars Railbus – W79977

    In the month ninety two steam locomotives were withdrawn, fourty seven being over fifty years old with North Eastern Railway J77 0-6-0T 68435 being the oldest, having entering traffic in August 1880 and condemned seventy eight years later. The majority of these withdrawals were the older secondary main line and branch line passenger engines, steam shunting engines and older freight engines being displaced by the continued delivery of the last of the 9F standards, the pilot scheme main line diesels, diesel multiple units and diesel shunting engines. Seventeen engines condemned were built post the 1923 grouping with the youngest engine condemned being Great Western Railway 45xx 2-6-2T 4590 at only twenty one years old.

    A number I have photographed later in life and can be found in this collection. As always feedback and comments welcome

    D2029 (03029) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/6509310691/
    D3556 (08441) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/7373875292/
    D3582 (08467) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8089180803/
    D5304 (26004) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5645727196/
    M51151 - https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/14390652340/
    E51282 - https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/15715484798/
     
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    All Our Yesterdays – 60 Years Ago –November 1958

    Sixty years ago the last 9F 2-10-0 Standard class steam locomotives were still in production, diesel shunter production was in full swing as was delivery of the Pilot Scheme mainline locomotives.

    New Locomotives
    Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 – 92200/44/45
    Class 03 – D2031/32/44
    Class 05 – D2578/79
    Class 06 – D2415/16
    Class 08 – D3557/58/59/60/61/62/63/64/83/84/85/86/87/88, D3604/05/06/07
    Class 10 – D3634/35/36/37/38/39/40
    Class 26 – D5305/06
    Class 28 – D5704
    Class 42 – D801
    ClassD2/10 – D2735/36/37/38
    Class D20/2 – D602/03

    New Diesel Multiple Units
    Metro Cammell (Class 101) –M51175/76/77/78/79/80/81/82/83/84/85/86, M56333/34/35/36/37/38/39/40/41/42/43/44
    BRCW (Class 104) –E50559/60/61/80/81/82, E59205/06/07/26/27/28
    Cravens (Class 105) –E51286/87/88/89/90/91, E56444/45/46/47/48/49
    BR Derby (Class 108) – E50622/23/24/44/45/46, E59388/89/90
    BR Derby (Class 116) – W51140/53
    Gloucester RCW (Class 119) – W51056/57/84/85, W59415/16
    Swindon Cross Country (Class 120) – W50732/33/34/35/36.
    Bristol/Eastern Coach Works Railbus – Sc79959
    Park Royal Railbus – Sc79974

    In the month ninety five steam locomotives were withdrawn, forty six being over fifty years old with Midland Railway 1142 Class 2F 0-6-0 58137 being the oldest, having entering traffic in April 1876 and condemned eighty two years later. The majority of these withdrawals were the older secondary main line and branch line passenger engines, steam shunting engines and older freight engines being displaced by the continued delivery of the last of the 9F standards, the pilot scheme main line diesels, diesel multiple units and diesel shunting engines. Thirty engines condemned were built post the 1923 grouping with the youngest engine condemned being London and North Eastern Railway J50 0-6-0T 68978 at only twenty years old.

    A number I have photographed later in life and can be found in this collection. As always feedback and comments welcome.

    D3585 (08470) - https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/16453961916/
    D3586 (08471 - https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/22617069352/
    D3586 (08471) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/8643864387/
    D3588 (08473) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5994373290/
    D5306 (26006) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/6825608812/
    E50623 - https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/13941065888/
    M56342 – https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/29580201332/
     
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    All Our Yesterdays – 60 Years Ago –December 1958

    Sixty years ago the last 9F 2-10-0 Standard class steam locomotives were still in production, diesel shunter production was in full swing as was delivery of the Pilot Scheme mainline locomotives. There was also a steady flow of new diesel multiple units.

    New Locomotives
    Standard Class 9F 2-10-0 – 92202/46/47/48/49/50
    Class 03 – Dept 92, D2033/45/46/47/48/49
    Class 05 – D2580/81
    Class 06 – D2417
    Class 08 – D3565/66/67/68/69/70/89/90/91, D3803/04/05/06/07
    Class 10 – D3641/42/43/44/45/46/47
    Class 21 – D6100/01/02
    Class 24 – D5002/03/04
    Class 26 – D5307/08/09
    Class 28 – D5705/06/07
    Class 30 – D5519
    Class 42 – D802
    Class 71 – E5000
    ClassD2/10 – D2739/40

    New Diesel Multiple Units
    Metro Cammell (Class 101) –M51187/88/89/90/91/92/93/94, M56345/46/47/48/49/50/51/52
    BRCW (Class 104) –E50562/83/85/90, E59208/29/31/41
    Cravens (Class 105) –E51292/93/94/95/96, E56450/51/52/53/54
    BR Derby (Class 108) – M50625/26/27/28, M56211/12/13/14
    Gloucester RCW (Class 119) – W51058/59/86/87, W59417/18
    Swindon Cross Country (Class 120) – W50737/38/39/40/41/42/43/44
    BR Derby (Class 125) – E50988, E51154, E59449
    AC Cars Railbus – W79978

    In the month one hundred and seven steam locomotives were withdrawn, fifty five being over fifty years old with North Eastern Railway J77 Class 0-6-0T 68405 being the oldest, having entering traffic in September 1875 and condemned eighty three years later. The majority of these withdrawals were the older secondary main line and branch line passenger engines, steam shunting engines and older freight engines being displaced by the continued delivery of the last of the 9F standards, the pilot scheme main line diesels, diesel multiple units and diesel shunting engines. Twenty eight engines condemned were built post the 1923 grouping with the youngest engine condemned being Great Western Railway “Dukedog”4-4-0 9021 at only twenty years old.

    A number I have photographed later in life and can be found in this collection. As always feedback and comments welcome.

    Dept 92 (03371) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/6180073285/
    D3569 (08454) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/6071842223/
    D3591 (08476) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5645070449/
    D3802 (08635) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5611869495/
    D5519 (31019) – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/6174397104/
    D5519 (31019) - http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5893188920
    M51188 – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5605475500/
    M56352 – https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/29744152571/
    M56213 – http://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/5603931406/
    M50743 – https://www.flickr.com/photos/pics-by-john/33336044685/
     

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