Q1 - Funny looking 'Austerity' locomotive but one of the strongest and most reliable locos ever built - I love them!

SR class train engine that Dunn's British train engineer drove before the war. Note the three big drive wheels, but no small leading or trailing wheels, thus the designation of

Battle of Britain class Locomotives No. 34017 and 34076

Bulleid West Country/Battle of Britain Class 34076 41 Squadron 34017 Ilfracombe 34075 264 Sqadron at Stewart's Lane Shed

BR Standard Class 4MT 75068 waits to be coaled at Guildford on 21st May 1967. Introduced in 1951

BR Standard Class 75068 waits to be coaled at Guildford on May Introduced in 1951

35005 CANADIAN PACIFIC in early British Railways days at Nine Elms ready to work the ACE. Note she is carrying the Southern Railway style of headboard.

35005 CANADIAN PACIFIC in early British Railways days at Nine Elms ready to work the ACE. Note she is carrying the Southern Railway style of headboard.

33008 was a SR Q1 Class, wartime 'austerity' locomotive. Built at the SR Brighton Works in 1942, it was withdrawn in Aug. 1963 & broken up at Cohen's (Kettering) yard in June 1964.

33008 was a SR Class, wartime 'austerity' locomotive. Built at the SR Brighton Works in it was withdrawn in Aug. 1963 & broken up at Cohen's (Kettering) yard in June

Britannia Class Locomotive, William Shakespeare 70004 on golden arrow duty

Britannia Class Locomotive, William Shakespeare 70004 on golden arrow duty

The Night Ferry (with what looks like un-rebuilt Merchant Navy 35028 Clan Line) and another possible Merchant alongside (identity not known) in full Golden Arrow regalia ready for duty!

The Night Ferry (with what looks like un-rebuilt Merchant Navy 35028 Clan Line) and another possible Merchant alongside (identity not known) in full Golden Arrow regalia ready for duty!

Southern Railway, 'King Arthur' class 30777 Sir Lamiel.

A first time visit for Sir Lamiel to the West Somerset Raiway's Spring Gala, March

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