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David Heys steam diesel photo collection - 87 - BR RAILWAY ROUNDABOUT 2

David Heys steam diesel photo collection - 87 - BR RAILWAY ROUNDABOUT 2

Class Y3 68155. Bridlington. August 1952 | We used to call t… | Flickr

Class Y3 68155. Bridlington. August 1952 | We used to call t… | Flickr

Hudswell Clarke No 1369 (MSC No 67) - 1369 is one of Hudswell Clarke's "long tank" design of locomotives. This locomotive was purchased by the Manchester Ship Canal (MSC) company from new and was one of their 70 strong fleet of steam locomotives. At that stage the Manchester Ship Canal complex was one of the largest privately owned railway systems in the country. In 2002, after an extensive three year overhaul, the loco ran at Middleton for the first time painted in the MSC's grey livery.

Hudswell Clarke No 1369 (MSC No 67) - 1369 is one of Hudswell Clarke's "long tank" design of locomotives. This locomotive was purchased by the Manchester Ship Canal (MSC) company from new and was one of their 70 strong fleet of steam locomotives. At that stage the Manchester Ship Canal complex was one of the largest privately owned railway systems in the country. In 2002, after an extensive three year overhaul, the loco ran at Middleton for the first time painted in the MSC's grey livery.

Royal Ordnance Factory saddle tank at Horton Rd for repair

Royal Ordnance Factory saddle tank at Horton Rd for repair

Avonside 0-6-0 "Sheepbridge" after Sheepbridge Iron Works in Kent where it was photographed on 5 March 1961.

Avonside 0-6-0 "Sheepbridge" after Sheepbridge Iron Works in Kent where it was photographed on 5 March 1961.

Hudswell Clarke MSC No 31 "Hamburg" - Built in 1903. "Hamburg" is an example of one of the Manchester Ship Canal "short tanks" which arrived at the railway in 1967. It has been feature in several television programs such as Sherlock Holmes. "Hamburg" is now on display in the museum at Oxenhope, requiring a new inner firebox and a general overhaul.

Hudswell Clarke MSC No 31 "Hamburg" - Built in 1903. "Hamburg" is an example of one of the Manchester Ship Canal "short tanks" which arrived at the railway in 1967. It has been feature in several television programs such as Sherlock Holmes. "Hamburg" is now on display in the museum at Oxenhope, requiring a new inner firebox and a general overhaul.

V42 Leó

V42 Leó

MÁV M44 Bobó

MÁV M44 Bobó

syks - ncb he 0-6-0st arthur shunting markham main colliery 70 JL by johnmightycat1, on Flickr

syks - ncb he 0-6-0st arthur shunting markham main colliery 70 JL by johnmightycat1, on Flickr

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