Bank Hall Locomotive Depot in 1948: two ex-Lancashire & Yorkshire engines outside the smaller through Shed: ex-L&Y 1F 0-6-0T No. 11535, fitted with dumb buffers and swinging spark-arrestor for working in the Docks; behind it is Class 30 6F 0-8-0 No. 12782. (Beyond can be glimpsed an 8F 2-8-0 with the unusual combination of 'M' as well as the BR initial '4' added to its number). Photo: 20 June 1848 by Ben Brooksbank, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 license.

Recording Locomotive Sightings 1943 - 1968
A generation of enthusiasts recorded the movements of locomotives around the railway system. These records of visits to locomotive depots have been collected and carefully analysed to provide an overall portrait for the period 1943 to 1968. During that period of steam's final years, there was a marked change from the pre-grouping types that still found work at a few depots, to the modern BR designs that worked until the end in 1968. The handling of freight and passenger services was a major undertaking from town and cities, ports, coal mines and factories. All of it traversed the labyrinth of lines that criss-crossed the country. There were numerous 'sheds' spread throughout the length and breadth of the land that provided and serviced the vast army of steam locomotives (20,000 in 1948). Here is just a taste of that history.

Friday, 4 January 2013

York North 1946 - 1948

York North
Pre Grouping Ownership - North Eastern Region
type:Originally four roundhouses, two were converted into a 5TS dead ended shed (1958).
location:West of the line north of York station.
access:The National Railway Museum now occupies the site of York shed.
Site Location: http://www.railuk.info/steam/getshed.php?item=50A
David Hey's webpage - http://www.davidheyscollection.com/page5.htm
opened:1878closed:1967
codes:prior to 1949YK1949 - 196750A
Shed Profile50A50A50A
allocation195019591965
cl 2 2-6-2T (I)LMS010
cl 4P 2-6-4T (Fb)LMS020
cl 4MT 2-6-0LMS006
cl 2MT 2-6-0LMS020
cl 3F 0-6-0TLMS0100
A1 4-6-2LNER557
A2 4-6-2LNER680
V2 2-6-2LNER302811
B1 4-6-0LNER10811
B16 4-6-0NER47450
D20 4-4-0NER100
K1 2-6-0LNER0912
D49 4-4-0LNER1010
Q5 0-8-0NER100
J21 0-6-0NER200
J24 0-6-0NER100
J25 0-6-0NER520
J27 0-6-0NER864
J94 0-6-0STWD740
Y8 0-4-0TNER100
Y1 0-4-0TNER100
J71 0-6-0TNER1610
J77 0-6-0TNER120
J72 0-6-0TNER1050
BR cl 3 2-6-0BR010
BR 9F 2-10-0BR008
WD 2-8-0WD12105
17415064
Visits
Saturday 6 July 1946YKtotal:104
A3 4-6-2B16 4-6-0 (NER)V2 2-6-2J21 0-6-0 (NER)Q6 0-8-0 (NER)
2501HTN Colombo848YK801GHD997YK1362WHL
A4 4-6-2914YK850YK1552YK2233SKN
4464GHD Bittern926YK2284YK1596YK2258NPT
4900GRA Gannet930YK3641YK1814YK2281NPT
D49 4-4-0931YK3646YK5027YK2284SKN
222YK The Berkeley932YK3648YK5096YK3349NPT
353YK The Derwent934YK3672YKJ39 0-6-03350NPT
359YK The Fitzwiliam943YK3673YK1474DAR3362YK
2751YK The Albrighton1377YK3680YK1587DAR3367WHL
D10 4-4-0 (GCR)1412YK3688YK2964ARDQ7 0-8-0 (NER)
5429SHF Prince Henry1431YK3690YK4729CLK631TDK
D17 4-4-0 (NER)K3 2-6-01445YK3693YK4858DARWD 2-8-0
2111YK1364GHD1446YK4806GHDJ94 0-6-0ST70847NPT
2112YK1391NEV1451YK4834DON8042YK78646YK
D20 4-4-0 (NER)1817DON1453YK4836NW8043YK78699YK
2013HLB1868YK1459YK4854GHD8044YKO4 2-8-0
2389SBK1899HLD1462YK4872YK8045YK3763RET
C6 4-4-2 (NER)1914YK2365YK4875YK8046YK6528YK
696YK1921MAR2367YK4895NWJ71 0-6-0T (NER)A7 4-6-2T (NER)
698YK1965HTN2370YK4899DON165YK1193YK
C7 4-4-2 (NER)2498MAR2373YKY8 0-4-0T (NER)8253YK9771CUD
2204SCAB7 4-6-0 (GCR)2379YK8091YK
2208YK5465GOR
Saturday 28 June 1947YKtotal:103
A4 4-6-2V2 2-6-2B16 4-6-0 (NER)Q6 0-8-0
6KX Sir Ralph Wedgwood837YK1402YK1436YK3342BOR
A3 4-6-2839YK1403YK1438YK3350NPT
72HTN Sunstar841NW1405YK1439YK3382SEL
111NW Enterprise861DON1407YK1440YK3401NPT
B1 4-6-0865NW1410YK1440YKcl 8F 2-8-0 (O6)
1015YK Duiker866NW1411YK1441YK3504
1018YK Gnu869NW1414YK1442YK3511
D49 4-4-0877DON1417YK1443YK3531
2723HLB Nottinghamshire886HTN1420YK1447YK3536
2754HLB The Berkeley897NW1423YK1448YK3546
2755YK The Bilsdale901YK1425YK1458YKO4 2-8-0
2759YK The Craven904YK1427YK1459YK3685ANN
2761YK The Derwent910GHD1431YK1462YK3845TDK
K3 2-6-0D20 4-4-0 (NER)911NW1434YK1464YK3855HLD
1804NW2370SBK912NW1435YK1466YK3881TDK
1826CLK2373SBK923GHDJ39 0-6-0J21 0-6-0 (NER)WD 2-8-0
1856DONY8 0-4-0T (NER)927HAY4717GOR5027YK3091NPT
1864NW8091YK929YK4812DAR5047YK3125NPT
1872HLDJ71 0-6-0T (NER)948DON4866SBK5059YK77195SKN
1930GHD8250YK960YK4984DON5073YKJ25 0-6-0 (NER)
G5 0-4-4T (NER)8280YK962YKJ27 0-6-0 (NER)5108YK5656YK
7293WBY975YK5782YK5121YK
979YK
Wednesday 15 September 1948YKtotal:95
A2 4-6-2V2 2-6-2B16 4-6-0 (NER)WD 2-8-0s
60512HTN Steady Aim60811GHD60933YK1400YK3056WFD
522YK Straight Deal60835GHD946YK1401YK3066NW
60534YK Irish Elegance837YK954YK1416YKE3136CLK
D49 4-4-060839YK960YK1421YK63164HTN
2723HLB Nottinghamshire843YK968YK1427YK70877SKN
62737HLB The York & Ainsty847YK60974YK1428YK77003NEV
2740YK The Bedale867DON976YK1432YK77317YK
B1 4-6-0K3 2-6-0901YK977YK61434YK77390TDK
1115YK1808CLK907YK978YK1436YK77392NPT
1225GOR1878GHD60913NW981YK1441YK78575SKN
1239YK1900STM916NW60982YK61444YKQ6 0-8-0
1275DAR61969HTN918YKJ21 0-6-0 (NER)1446YK3421WHL
B7 4-6-0 (GCR)J94 0-6-0STJ24 0-6-0 (NER)5059YK1448YK3430NPT
1396GOR8043YK5621HLD5060YK1452YK63451SEL
K2 2-6-0 (GNR)8046YK5631HLD5068YK1453YK3452WHL
1751CLKJ71 0-6-0T (NER)J25 0-6-0 (NER)5076YK1456YKO4 2-8-0
D20 4-4-0 (NER)8286YK5656YK5093SEL1460YK63881TDK
2359WHLJ72 0-6-0T (NER)5700YK5120SEL1464YKA8 4-6-2T
62379YK68677YK5723YK5121YK1465YK9878MID
Y3 0-4-0T (NER)Y8 0-4-0T (NER)9881SCA
8157YK8091YK
Shed Codes
ARD ArdsleyBOR Borough GardensCLK ColwickCUD CudworthDAR Darlington
DON DoncasterGHD GatesheadGOR GortonGRA GranthamHAY Haymarket
HLB Hull Botanic GardensHLD Hull DairycoatesHTN HeatonKX King's CrossMAR March
MID MiddlesboroughNEV Leeds Neville HillNPT NewportNW New EnglandRET Retford
SBK StarbeckSCA ScarboroughSEL SelbySHF SheffieldSKN Stockton-on-Tees
STM St MargaretsTDK Tyne DockWBY WhitbyWHL West HartlepoolWFD Woodford Halse
D20 4-4-0 a type allocated to York in the 1940s

A J25 0-6-0, one of a large class of 125 engines built by Worsdell between 1898 and 1902 at the NER workshops at Darlington and Gateshead.

An A7 4-6-2T, one of 20 built by Raven for the North Eastern Railway in 1910.  An A7, 1193 was seen on York shed on 6 July 1946.

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