Deltic Type 5 Co-Co D9019 Royal Highland Fusilier speeds through Wakefield Westgate on 1N13 11.30 King's Cross - Leeds Harrogate express. 6th June 1967

Deltic Type 5 Co-Co Royal Highland Fusilier speeds through Wakefield Westgate on King's Cross - Leeds & Harrogate express. June 1967 A higher resolution rescan of a Kodachrome II transparency.

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(later at Crewe Works on Sept Built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry and delivered to Crewe North depot on Jan Withdrawn on Sept 1982 and cut up at Doncaster Works on July (John Chalcraft)

55005 'The Prince of Wales own Regiment of Yorkshire' leaves platform 1 at Doncaster with the 1A28 Hull - Kings Cross on 13th June 1980. (Andy Hoare)

55005 'The Prince of Wales own Regiment of Yorkshire' leaves platform 1 at Doncaster with the Hull - Kings Cross on June (Andy Hoare)

40090 (ex D290) at Doncaster Works on 28th July 1984. Built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry and delivered on 22nd Aug 1960. Withdrawn on 13th Nov 1983 and cut up at Doncaster Works on 10th Nov 1984.

40090 (ex at Doncaster Works on July Built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry and delivered on Aug Withdrawn on Nov 1983 and cut up at Doncaster Works on Nov

BR Class 55 "Deltic" No. D9002 (55002) "Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry" - was donated to the National Railway Museum, York and was the first preserved Deltic to return to the main line when it worked light engine to York after participating in the Doncaster Works Open Day on 27 February 1982. D9002 is one of three Deltics to have a mainline licence.

BR Class 55 "Deltic" No. D9002 (55002) "Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry" - was donated to the National Railway Museum, York and was the first preserved Deltic to return to the main line when it worked light engine to York after participating in the Doncaster Works Open Day on 27 February 1982. D9002 is one of three Deltics to have a mainline licence.

55008 "The Green Howards" captured leaving Doncaster's platform 1 with a King's Cross service in May 1980.

55008 "The Green Howards" was captured leaving Doncaster's platform 1 with a King's Cross service.

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.


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