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The Mid Norfolk Railway Diesel Gala on Friday 1st of April 2016
Class 50 400
D400 and D407 (Class 50s) at Derham station with the 'Pigrim Hoover' on Friday the 1st of April in 2016 during the Diesel Gala.
D400 at Hardingham station on Friday the 1st of April in 2016 during the Diesel Gala during a 'Photo Stop'.
Class 50050 (D400 on other side) at Hardingham station on Friday the 1st of April in 2016 during the Diesel Gala during a 'Photo Stop'.on Friday 1st of April 2016
D400 was built at the Vulcan Foundry in Newton-le-Willows by English Electric between the years 1967 and 1968. These English Electric Type 4s were leased by British Railways for use on the West Coast Main Line. At the end of the lease Bitish Railways purchased them. They became Class 50 under the TOPS renumbering.
D400 was built in 1967. It was named Fearless
This class 50 D400 (50050) is now owned by Boden Rail Engineering Ltd. The locomotive is painted in BR blue and named Fearless.
The Mid-Norfolk Railway's own web site is at
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