Railways around Peterborough & The National Rail Network & Heritage railways in the UK
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West Country 34007 Wadebridge
West Country class 4-6-2 steam locomotive 34007 'Wadebridge' at The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway in 2008
34007 'Wadebridge' at Toddington station on The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway in 2008
No.34007 Wadebridge is a West Country class 4-6-2 steam locomotive that was designed by O.V. S Bulleid for the Southern Railway. This locomotive was built at Brighton around 1945.It was withdrawn by British Railways in October 1965 and ended up at the Barry scrap yard in 1966.
SR 2-6-0 no.850 Lord Nelson
Southern Railway 2-6-0 no.850 Lord Nelson coming into The Cheltenham Race Course station at The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway in 2008
SR 2-6-0 Lord Nelson in the Race Course station at The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway in 2008.
SR 2-6-0 Lord Nelson E850 at Winchcombe station with a train to Toddington at The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway in 2008
This Southern Railway Lord Nelson class 4-6-0 No E850 is named Lord Nelson. This class of 4-6-0 steam locomotives was designed by R.E.L. Maunsell. This locomotive was built at Eastleigh in 1926. British Railways withdrawn this steam locomotive in 1962.
The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway has saved a part of the former Great Western Railways mainline from Birmingham via Stratford-upon-Avon to Cheltenham. The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway runs trains between the Cheltenham Race Course station at Cheltenham to Broadway. It now has stations at Gotherington Winchcombe and Hails Abbey Halt and Toddington and Broadway (Broadway station only reopened in 2018 ).
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