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Discussion in 'The Big Four (1923-48)' started by neildimmer, Apr 9, 2016.

  1. neildimmer

    neildimmer Member

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    I have added 3 photos that i would like further info on please

    Specifically The designer and type of loco i have tried on the web and not got anywhere, any help greatly appreciated

    Unknown Scottish location and loco being used as steam heat unit
    https://railway-photography.smugmug.com/SteamMisc/New-ti-ID/i-gHhgsG6

    G&SWR 4-4-0 No 108
    https://railway-photography.smugmug.com/SteamMisc/New-ti-ID/i-9pdjbpv

    LNER 2-4-2T showing number 169D
    https://railway-photography.smugmug.com/SteamMisc/New-ti-ID/i-ngX3DQp

    Regards

    Neil
     
  2. Martin Perry

    Martin Perry Part of the furniture Staff Member Moderator

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    The first one looks like a Highland Railway 'castle' class.
     
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    Your locos ;

    1. Highland Railway Castle Class 4-6-0 see http://www.ambaile.org.uk/detail/en/28281/1/GD28281-hr-143-duncraig.htm

    2. G&SWR Class 8 (designed by Manson) 4-4-0 108 standing in Glasgow St Enoch

    3. LNER Class F8 2-4-2T 169

    Neil

    This information sourced from 2 sets of books that I have previously recommended to you and I strongly suggest you obtain a copy to assist your researches :

    1. Locomotives at the Grouping by HC Casserley & SW Johnson in 4 volumes [1=Southern Railway; 2=London & North Eastern Railway; 3=Lndon Midland & Scottish Railway; 4=Great Western Railway]

    2. BR Steam Locomotives from Nationalisation to Modernisation by A Williams & D Percival in 4 volumes [1=Western Region; 2=Southern Region; 3=London Midland; 4=Eastern Region]

    All were published by Ian Allan in the 1960s and, whilst possibly difficult to find, would be worth the effort to buy a set for your ongoing researches.
     
  5. neildimmer

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    Cheers Fred
     

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