21/11/1982 - BREL Doncaster, South Yorkshire.

End of a legend: 55011 (The Royal Northumberland Fusilers) in the scrap yard at BREL Doncaster - © 2014 - Models of Hull Collection. photographed by John Turner.

55001 St PADDY waiting scrapping at Doncaster Works on 20th January 1980. Built at Vulcan Foundry (Works No E2906/D558) and delivered as D9001 in February 1961 she was named in July of the same year, renumbered 55001 in February 1974 she (with 55020) was one of the first two Deltics to be withdrawn in January 1980. (Keith Long)

55001 St PADDY waiting scrapping at Doncaster Works on January Built…

55010 'Kings Own Scottish Borderer' at Doncaster Works in a very sorry state on 9th May 1982. (Robert Peach)

55010 'Kings Own Scottish Borderer' at Doncaster Works in a very sorry state on May (Robert Peach)

The Deltic scrapline at Doncaster works in 1982. (Jonathan Morley)

The Deltic scrapline at Doncaster works in (Jonathan Morley)

55010 (D9010) "THE KING'S OWN SCOTTISH BORDERER" at the Doncaster Works 'Deltic Farewell open day' on Sunday 27th February 1982 - 55010 was cut-up during May 1982.

55010 (D9010) "THE KING'S OWN SCOTTISH BORDERER" at the Doncaster Works 'Deltic Farewell open day' on Sunday 27th February 1982 - 55010 was cut-up during May 1982.

BR Class 55 55006, Doncaster Works

The sad sight of 55006 being broken up at Doncaster Works, July

The noses of 55020 Nimbus and 55001 St Paddy in the scrapyard at Doncaster Works 26th October 1980. (Keith Long)

The noses of 55020 Nimbus and 55001 St Paddy in the scrapyard at Doncaster Works October (Keith Long)


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