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30800 Sir Meleaus de Lile: The Maunsell N15 'King Arthur' class 4-6-0s were introduced by the Southern Railway in 1925. 30800 at Eastleigh Shed in August, 1961. Photo by Ron Fisher

30800 Sir Meleaus de Lile: The Maunsell 'King Arthur' class were introduced by the Southern Railway in 30800 at Eastleigh Shed in August, Photo by Ron Fisher

LNWR George V Class 4-4-0 by Cooke at Crewe Works

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14515. A Drummond 4-4-0 131 Class built for the Glasgow & South Western Railway as 136, renumbered 336 in 1919, it became part of the LMS on grouping in 1923. Built in 1913, it was withdrawn by LMS in 1937.

A Drummond 131 Class built for the Glasgow & South Western Railway as renumbered 336 in it became part of the LMS on grouping in Built in it was withdrawn by LMS in

17029. A James Stirling 187 Class 0-4-2T of LMS at Hurlford in May 1930. Built in 1870 for the Glasgow & South Western Railway, it was rebuilt in 1900 and withdrawn by the LMS in 1930. It was numbered 189 by the G&SW when new, and was renumbered 199 in 1897, 199A in 1899, 114 in 1900 when rebuilt and 269 in 1919. PL

A James Stirling 187 Class of LMS at Hurlford in May Built…

48773. These locos were the heavy freight haulers of the LMS - Stanier's 8F 2-8-0's.  Introduced from 1935 they were amongst the last steam engines withdrawn at the very end of steam in August 1968.  A total of 666 were in traffic in the 1950's.   With most of its motion missing, this is 48173.

These locos were the heavy freight haulers of the LMS - Stanier's Introduced from 1935 they were amongst the last steam engines withdrawn at the very end of steam in August A total of 666 were in traffic in the With most of its motion missing, this is

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