Hymek D7003 at Swindon on 30th May 1961. Built by Beyer Peacock Ltd and delivered on 3rd Aug 1961. Withdrawn on 1st Jan 1972 and cut up at Swindon Works 8th Aug 1972.

Hymek D7003 at Swindon on 30th May 1961. Built by Beyer Peacock Ltd and delivered on 3rd Aug 1961. Withdrawn on 1st Jan 1972 and cut up at Swindon Works 8th Aug 1972.

Class 15 D8200 at Stratford (30A) shed, London, sometime in 1959. Built at British Thompson Houston Co. Ltd, Rugby and delivered on 10th Nov 1957. Withdrawn on 27th March 1971 and cut up at Crewe Works on 31st March 1972. (John Turner)

Class 15 D8200 at Stratford (30A) shed, London, sometime in 1959. Built at British Thompson Houston Co. Ltd, Rugby and delivered on 10th Nov 1957. Withdrawn on 27th March 1971 and cut up at Crewe Works on 31st March 1972. (John Turner)

55020 'Nimbus' at Kings Cross on 28th May 1977.

55020 'Nimbus' at Kings Cross on 28th May 1977.

Brand new Brush Type 4 Co-Co D1825 drops on to Kirkby-in-Ashfield shed on 30th March 1965. D1825 was from the batch of class 47’s built without train heating for dedicated freight use and entered traffic on the 22nd March 1965, allocated to Toton. Withdrawn as 47344 in July 1999 it was broken up in February 2002 at EMR Kingsbury. From 1991 to 95 carried the name 'Chieftain'.

Brand new Brush Type 4 Co-Co D1825 drops on to Kirkby-in-Ashfield shed on 30th March 1965. D1825 was from the batch of class 47’s built without train heating for dedicated freight use and entered traffic on the 22nd March 1965, allocated to Toton. Withdrawn as 47344 in July 1999 it was broken up in February 2002 at EMR Kingsbury. From 1991 to 95 carried the name 'Chieftain'.

North British Type 1 Class 16 D8408 at Stratford in April 1967. Built at the North British Locomotive Company's Queen's Park Works in Glasgow and delivered to Devons Road depot, Bow, North-east London in July 1958.Withdrawn in May 1968 and Cut up by the end of 1969.

North British Type 1 Class 16 D8408 at Stratford in April 1967. Built at the North British Locomotive Company's Queen's Park Works in Glasgow and delivered to Devons Road depot, Bow, North-east London in July 1958.Withdrawn in May 1968 and Cut up by the end of 1969.

Westerns and Warships were painted maroon, but for some reason the Hymeks never wore this livery

Westerns and Warships were painted maroon, but for some reason the Hymeks never wore this livery

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.

English Electric ~ Deltic Diesel Train ~ No. 55019 ~ Royal Highland Fusillier ~ Deltic Preservation Society

English Electric ~ Deltic Diesel Train ~ No. 55019 ~ Royal Highland Fusillier ~ Deltic Preservation Society

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