WD 70045 en 70041 Nijmegen 14 Juli 1945.

WD 70045 en 70041 Nijmegen 14 Juli 1945.

WD 70045 en 70041 Nijmegen 14 Juli 1945.

WD 70045 en 70041 Nijmegen 14 Juli 1945.

WD 32 = WD 70032 = WD 822 = WD 125. On the picture, found on the internet, just out of factory

WD 32 = WD 70032 = WD 822 = WD 125. On the picture, found on the internet, just out of factory

WD 0-4-0 diesel mecahnical shunter No.72222 "Noah"; Built by Vulcan Drewry, Newton le Willows (No. of 1945) as a standard WD War Department shunter. 150 hp Gardner engine. At Long Marston Depot, Warwickshire, September 2010.

Built by Vulcan Drewry, Newton le Willows (No. of as a standard WD War Department shunter. At Long Marston Depot, Warwickshire, September

Andrew Barclay 0-6-0 Diesel-Mechanical No. 1 - The design of this early diesel locomotive was derived from a War Office 1936 order. It retains its original Paxman-Riccardo engine, developing 180BHP, and Wilson epicyclic gearbox.

Andrew Barclay Diesel-Mechanical No. 1 - The design of this early diesel locomotive was derived from a War Office 1936 order. It retains its original Paxman-Riccardo engine, developing and Wilson epicyclic gearbox.

Rushden War Weekend. The Rushden Historical Transport Society held a 1940s War Weekend event in support of the British Legion Poppy Appeal on October 29 and 30, 2005. The Barclay 0-4-0 diesel shunter (ex War Department) with a demonstration freight.

The Rushden Historical Transport Society held a War Weekend event in support of the British Legion Poppy Appeal on October 29 and The Barclay diesel shunter (ex War Department) with a demonstration freight.

Chatham Dockyard. Andrew Barclay 0-4-0 diesel shunter No. 42 is seen being hoisted by crane onto a low-loader at the Royal Engineers Museum, Gillingham. The locomotive is bound for Chatham Historic Dockyard, where it will form part of a new display. No. 42 was one of a large class of standardised diesel shunters constructed for the War Department during 1941, being dispatched to France as part of the D-Day landings. The name ''Overlord'' is a recent addition, being added during 2000 as part…

Chatham Dockyard. Andrew Barclay 0-4-0 diesel shunter No. 42 is seen being hoisted by crane onto a low-loader at the Royal Engineers Museum, Gillingham. The locomotive is bound for Chatham Historic Dockyard, where it will form part of a new display. No. 42 was one of a large class of standardised diesel shunters constructed for the War Department during 1941, being dispatched to France as part of the D-Day landings. The name ''Overlord'' is a recent addition, being added during 2000 as part…

Drewry/Vulcan Foundry 0-4-0DM: WD 72229.

A privately owned collection of preserved standard gauge diesel and steam industrial locomotives and other interesting railway equipment

Rushden War Weekend. The Rushden Historical Transport Society held a 1940s War Weekend event in support of the British Legion Poppy Appeal on October 29 and 30, 2005. The Barclay 0-4-0 diesel shunter (ex War Department) with a demonstration freight.

The Rushden Historical Transport Society held a War Weekend event in support of the British Legion Poppy Appeal on October 29 and The Barclay diesel shunter (ex War Department) with a demonstration freight.

Rushden War Weekend. The Rushden Historical Transport Society held a 1940s War Weekend event in support of the British Legion Poppy Appeal on October 29 and 30, 2005. The Barclay 0-4-0 diesel shunter (ex War Department) with a demonstration freight.

The Rushden Historical Transport Society held a War Weekend event in support of the British Legion Poppy Appeal on October 29 and The Barclay diesel shunter (ex War Department) with a demonstration freight.


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