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Photo: K H Rose Thanks to a new lease of life as a stationary boiler, 1076 class No. C1 and C2 Atlantic boilers in SB use at Doncaster works, but these two were photographed at the rear of the town's ex.
1287 survived to become the last GW double-framed pannier tank in existence. GNR running shed on May 15, 1966 and have defeated attempts to identify them.
Photo: Rail Photoprints Pictured at the old pumping house, Carmarthen, West Wales, in December 1965. The pumphouse abstracted water from the River Towy about one mile north of Carmarthen Station, adjacent to the Carmarthen to Aberystwyth line. 3274 & 3285 were retained as complete locomotives and stood adjacent to Doncaster Works Crimpsall Shop for a number of years after the war.
Water was pumped to Carmarthen Engine Shed, 87G, until the shed's closure in 1964. Interestingly, they were joined together like Siamese twins by both steam and water pipes to effectively form a single boiler.
Dating from the 1870's it was withdrawn in 1939, reinstated because of World War2 and then, in 1946 overhauled for seven years of SB duty. Photo: Neville Stead A remarkable line up of Ivatt Atlantic boilers at the back of Doncaster Carriage Works on May 17, 1953. The photographer seems to recall that they were still in use at that time and that the one on the right looked as though it might have come from a D2 4-4-0.
Photo: Dave Glossop This gem has been unearthed by our survey.
Mote how its spare coal supply (which in such cases was almost invariably of inferior quality), is kept in a wagon behind the tender.
Two were from GNR Atlantics - one of which now forms the nucleus of the Bluebell Railways "Brighton Atlantic" project, but the other, sadly was scrapped at Brightlingsea in the late 1980's.Does any reader have details of its water supply at Red Bank?Photo: K G Rose Melton Constable On the day the majority of the M&GN system closed in February 1959, J15 0-6-6 No.65466 was still in situ at Melton Constable Works.Simon, seen towing the loco along the East Coast Main Line at Langley Junction.Photo: David Percival Occasionally a boiler would be mounted upon the frames of an old tender rather than be plinthed on the ground.
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While the loco had been on SB duties, BR had taken the opportunity to formally withdraw it on December 30, 1967.