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Best looking loco (ex6201 Lizzie overhaul thread)

Discussion in 'Steam Traction' started by John Petley, Feb 12, 2015.

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    I prefer Mel C. She has a lovely voice and even tattoos!:)
     
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    Geri was also my favourite. Clearly someone at WCRC likes her too as they turned out one of their Class 47's as Ginger Spice:
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    1, loco. LMS Duchess, final form, unstreamlined, double chimney, smoke deflectors.

    2, spice girl. Emma, aka Baby!
     
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    Agree with your first choice, disagree with the second. ;)
     
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    no sign of chassis fatigue
     
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    Matt37401 Resident of Nat Pres

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    Yup 47580 looks to be in good nick, well done the class 47 preservation society, Ms Horner looks rather presentable too...
     
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    CSD 498 class or indeed 475 or even 534 classes. (See the thread posted a couple of days ago.)
    They had the presence of some German locos like the 01 and 03 pacifics or the 044class 2-10-0's and the clean lines of many UK locos.

    Cheers, Neil
     
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    I love all the locos you mentioned! :)Especially the CSD 498 class!;)

    regards

    Knut
     
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