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B.R. Standard 4 4-6-0

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  1. neildimmer

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    I have now started to add photos to the B.R. Std 4 4-6-0 design collections
    This 1st collection features 75000-75015 built at Swindon in 1951
    Including this photo of
    75000 pilots 5058 Earl of Clancarty Aller Jct c1958
    https://tinyurl.com/y2wj7ype
    Full collection of over 55 photos start here with
    75000 Yeovil Pen Mill 27th June 1964
    https://tinyurl.com/yyt55aqo

    Neil
     
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    I have added a new collection of photos of the B.R. Std 4’s
    This collection features 75020-75024 built in 1953 at Swindon
    Including a few photos of 75024 on banking duty at Tebay
    75024 Tebay banker about to bank 92218's train up Shap

    https://tinyurl.com/4xkezdks
    Full collection starts here with
    75020 at Ynyslas August 1957
    https://tinyurl.com/gxo4ludd

    Neil.
     
  4. Fred Kerr

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    5 / 14 = Preston ?

    10 / 14 = Stoke (Duplicates 9/14)

    12 / 14 Tebay departure
     
  5. neildimmer

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    I have added a new collection of photos of the B.R. Std 4’s
    This collection features 75025-75029 built in 1954 at Swindon

    Including this collection of locos at Carnforth c1968
    75027 on the right with other preserved locos 42085,61306,46441 and later scraped 44781 & 75048 at Carnforth
    https://tinyurl.com/i7bm80tq
    Full collection starts here with
    75025 at Cardiff Canton
    https://tinyurl.com/8gb7rp54

    Neil.
     
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    Hi Neil,

    18/20 75029 is at Swindon, perhaps a train to Marlborough?
    19/20 75029 & 92203 on Longmoor Military Railway, possibly Liss Sidings

    Cheers, Neil
     
  7. torgormaig

    torgormaig Part of the furniture Friend

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    9/20 75027 is at Bath Green Park shed. The loco was S&D based (at Templecombe) at the time.

    Peter
     
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    38/63 73042 Earlsfield

    Cheers, Neil
     
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    I have added a new collection of photos of the B.R. Std 4’s
    This collection features 75053-75064 built Swindon 1957

    Including this photo of
    75064 Farington Jct on a up parcels 30th March 1964
    https://tinyurl.com/1jvrqlna
    Full collection starts here with
    75053
    https://tinyurl.com/rba27npo

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    6/28 = St Pancras

    8/28 = Peterborough Spittal Bridge ?

    13/28 = Nottingham Midland

    14/28 Leicester Midland

    15/28 = Rugby ?
    16/28 = as above

    23/28 = Tebay ?

    24/28 = Kettering with stock from sidings to work local service to Leicester / Nottingham via the Manton line.

    26/28 = Kettering arrival of local train from Leicester
     
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    I have added a new collection of photos of the B.R. Std 4’s
    This collection features 75065-75079 built Swindon 1957

    Including this photo of
    75079 at Bournemouth Central being passed by 60024 Kingfisher with the A4 association Victory Railtour 26-3-66
    https://tinyurl.com/ttdaesdu
    and brand new
    75067 Swindon works 11/9/55 (released to traffic day after)
    https://tinyurl.com/28wxbmy5
    Full collection starts here with
    75065 Hither Green August 1957
    https://tinyurl.com/4kvma82z

    Neil.
     
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    I don't know where 15 & 16/28 are, but they are not at Rugby. The brick wall supporting the far edge of the trainshed roof is not correct and 'The Leicestershire Woldsman' did not call there (The Railtour Files (sixbellsjunction.co.uk)).[/QUOTE]
     
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    [/QUOTE]

    Given that the train is at buffer stops I can only propose this pair to be at journey's end at Leicester Belgrave Rd; I can't see any other location on the journey being a terminal station.
     
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    3/90 = Charing Cross

    6/90 = Swindon Works [as per 5/90]

    9/90 = Minehead ?

    38/90 = Waterloo ?
    39/90 = as above

    51/90 = Croess Newydd ?
    52/90 = as above

    60/90 = Bournemouth Central

    79/90 = Nine Elms ?
     
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    50/90 75070 = Guildford

    58/90 75072 = Evercreech Jn
    61/90 75072 = Evercreech Jn

    84/90 75078? = Wincanton (possible 75073, a locally -Templecombe- based loco)

    90/90 75069 = Redhill

    Peter
     
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    9/90 75069 Agreed, Minehead
    16/90 75073 Possibly Parkstone
    20/90 75075 Possibly Oxford
    38 & 29/90 Agreed with Waterloo, the old Windsor line platforms which were demolished to make way for the Eurostar terminal
    44 & 45/90 75070 Fareham
    46/90 75070 Southampton Terminus
    60/90 75072 Agreed, Bournemouth
    74/90 75076 Eastleigh Depot. The brick building is the electrical control room.
    90/90 75069 Definitely Redhill

    Cheers, Neil
     

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