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Railway Herald :: Imaging Centre :: 439 at Crewe Diesel Depot

Railway Herald :: Imaging Centre :: 439 at Crewe Diesel Depot

50014 (ex D414) 'Warspite' at Birmingham New Street on 5th May 1987. Built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry and delivered on 24th April 1968. Named 'Warspite' on 30th May 1978. Withdrawn on 13th Dec 1987 and cut up at Vic Berry's, Leicester on 1st July 1989.

50014 (ex D414) 'Warspite' at Birmingham New Street on 5th May 1987. Built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry and delivered on 24th April 1968. Named 'Warspite' on 30th May 1978. Withdrawn on 13th Dec 1987 and cut up at Vic Berry's, Leicester on 1st July 1989.

50001 (ex D401) 'Dreadnought' at Doncaster Works in undercoat on 22nd July 1984. Built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry and delivered on 9th Dec 1967. Named 'Dreadnought' on 9th May 1978. Withdrawn on 19th April 1991 and cut up at Booths' Rotherham on 12th Dec 2002. (Keith Partlow)

50001 (ex D401) 'Dreadnought' at Doncaster Works in undercoat on 22nd July 1984. Built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry and delivered on 9th Dec 1967. Named 'Dreadnought' on 9th May 1978. Withdrawn on 19th April 1991 and cut up at Booths' Rotherham on 12th Dec 2002. (Keith Partlow)

50010 (ex D410) 'Monarch at Old Oak Common depot, London on 5th Nov 1978. Built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry and delivered on 23rd Feb 1968. Named 'Monarch' on16th March 1978. Withdrawn on 27th Sept 1988 and cut up by Coopers Metals Ltd at Laira Depot on 22nd May 1992.

50010 (ex D410) 'Monarch at Old Oak Common depot, London on 5th Nov 1978. Built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry and delivered on 23rd Feb 1968. Named 'Monarch' on16th March 1978. Withdrawn on 27th Sept 1988 and cut up by Coopers Metals Ltd at Laira Depot on 22nd May 1992.

A 'Hoover' Sweeps Into Reading - 50 004

English Electric class 50 Type 4 Co - Co No. 50 004 Executes a stately arrival at Reading station in Camera: Olympus Pen F Half Frame SLR.

50007 (ex D407) 'Sir Edward Elgar' at Crewe Works on 2nd June 1984. Built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry and delivered on 12th March 1968. Named 'Hercules' at Laira Depot on 6th April 1978 to 1984 then named 'Sir Edward Elgar' by Simon Rattle at Paddington Stn on 25th April 1984. Withdrawn on 31st March 1994 and now preserved by Bowden Rail at Washford Heath. (P.Wormstone)

50007 (ex D407) 'Sir Edward Elgar' at Crewe Works on 2nd June 1984. Built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry and delivered on 12th March 1968. Named 'Hercules' at Laira Depot on 6th April 1978 to 1984 then named 'Sir Edward Elgar' by Simon Rattle at Paddington Stn on 25th April 1984. Withdrawn on 31st March 1994 and now preserved by Bowden Rail at Washford Heath. (P.Wormstone)

Bury Valiant Group former British Railways English Electric Type 4 Co-Co class 50 diesel-electric locomotive number 50015 Valiant passes under bridge 20 (Manchester Road) on the Down Main line at Bury on the East Lancashire Railway with the 12:00 Heywood to Rawtenstall. Saturday 19th April 2008

Bury Valiant Group former British Railways English Electric Type 4 Co-Co class 50 diesel-electric locomotive number 50015 Valiant passes under bridge 20 (Manchester Road) on the Down Main line at Bury on the East Lancashire Railway with the 12:00 Heywood to Rawtenstall. Saturday 19th April 2008

50037 (ex D437) 'Illustrious' at Paddington, awaits departure with the 08:15 to Oxford on 7th Jan 1989. Built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry and delivered on 20th Sept 1968. Named 'Illustrious' on 8th June 1978. Withdrawn on 9th Sept 1991 and cut up at MC Metals on 5th Dec 1992.

50037 (ex D437) 'Illustrious' at Paddington, awaits departure with the 08:15 to Oxford on 7th Jan 1989. Built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry and delivered on 20th Sept 1968. Named 'Illustrious' on 8th June 1978. Withdrawn on 9th Sept 1991 and cut up at MC Metals on 5th Dec 1992.

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