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4771 and 1306 in Wansford station  

4771 and 1306 in Wansford station

 4771 and 1306 in Wansford station in September 2007


On the left is 4771 Green Arrow which is the only V2 that has been saved. It is part of the National Collection at the NRM at York.  This was one of its last in steam trips out of the NRM.

On the right is The LNER B1 1306 Mayflower. The B1 was designed by Edward Thompson and was introduced from 1942.

LNER B1 1306 Mayflower has now left the NVR.


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Steam Gala September in 2007 at Nene Valley Railway


4771 and 1306 at Wansford September 2007 this page


LNER 4771 Green Arrow Wansford 8th September 2007


GWR 64XX 0-6-0T no.6412 Wansford Spetember 2007


LNER B1 1306 in Wansford station September 2007



This part of the web site has photos taken during the Steam Gala weekend at the Nene Valley Railway in 2007
The Nene Valley Railway now (2014) runs from Peterborough to Wansford railway station and then on to Yarwell junction. Wansford Station is on part of the old A1 at Stibbingson and is about 2 miles from the village of Wansford itself. The line is about 7 1/2 miles long. It now has the Fletton Branch which is about another mile and a bit.
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