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.

Tuesday, 1 October 2013

Doncaster Works 1956 (part 2)

All the K3 2-6-0s operating in England were maintained at Doncaster during the 1950s.  Here is a fine example, 61809, running through Harringay in 1949.  Copyright Ben Brooksbank and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence.
Doncaster Works - 1956
Doncaster Locomotive, Carriage and Wagon Works, known locally as ‘The Plant’, was built in 1853 for the former
Great Northern Railway Co. On the amalgamation of the Railway Companies in 1923, Doncaster became one
of the main workshops of the London and North Eastern Railway.
BR Database: http://www.brdatabase.info/sites.php?page=works&subpage=main&id=DO
Sunday 17 June 1956
Works Yards
cl 4MT 2-6-0K3 2-6-0V2 2-6-2C12 4-4-2TA3 4-6-2
4305151D6183640B6094334A6736440C W6006736A Ladas
4308335A6187552BJ52 0-6-0ST6739731AA2 4-6-2
4310631D6188940Aworks shuntersO2 2-8-06051064B Robert the Devil
4312451HJ52 0-6-0ST68816DW6392236A6052561B A. H. Peppercorn
K1 2-6-06879335A W68845DW6398336ABritannia 4-6-2
6201531B6887834A WN1 0-6-2TN2 0-6-2T7000130A Lord Hurcomb
6207031B6889756G6948156B W6953234A7000330A John Bunyan
7001132A Hotspur
Erecting Shops & Paint Shop*
K3 2-6-0V2 2-6-2A4 4-6-2A3 4-6-2
61827*31B60935*36A6002764B Merlin6003764B Hyperion
6183840B6095035AA1 4-6-260038*52A Firdaussi
6192130AB1 4-6-06013456C Foxhunter6003935B Sandwich
6197931B6108334EA2 4-6-26004735B Donovan
K1 2-6-06121236E6050035A Edward Thompson6006436A Tagaliee
62007*51AO2 2-8-06051652A Hycilla6006535B Knight of Thistle
6202652C6398036E6052450A Herringbone6008052B Dick Turpin
6203165JJ6 0-6-0B17 4-6-06009252B Fairway
6203465J6426738A6165932D East Anglian6010638C Flying Fox
6205431BJ52 0-6-0STL1 2-6-4T6011236A St. Simon
6206831B6884136A6777934Anew erecting shop
J50 0-6-0TN2 0-6-2TBR 4MT 2-6-0 - under construction
6892556C6950534A760637606476065760667606776068
Sunday 30 September 1956
yards, erecting shops and paint shop
cl 4MT 2-6-0V2 2-6-2A2 4-6-2A3 4-6-2
4301551C6085035A6050635A Wolf of Badenoch6004052A Cameronian
4305752C6085335A6051335A Dante6004164B Salmon Trout
4307251D6085831B6051852A Tehran6004364B Brown Jack
4312253A6088136A6053764B Bachelor's Button6007968E Bayardo
4312735CK1 2-6-0B17 4-6-06008252A Neil Gow
4312952B6200151A6160930A Quidenham6008450B Trigo
K3 2-6-06200451A6163030A Tottenham Hotspur6009664B Papyrus
6180040B6203936B6165530A Middlesborough6009864B Spion Kop
6180640B6206731BBritannia 4-6-2A1 4-6-2
6184531BJ52 0-6-0ST7000832A Black Prince6012452A Kenilworth
6184653A68816DW7000932A Alfred the Great6013252A Marmion
6185031B6884136A7003932A Christopher Wren6013850A Boswell
6185638B68845DW7004032A Clive of India6014856C Aboyeur
6190453AJ50 0-6-0TB1 4-6-0N2 0-6-2TBR 4MT 2-6-0
6194340F6898234B6125036A A. Harold Bibby6954534Aunder construction
6194631B6898934B6108240BJ6 0-6-06957734A7607176073
N1 0-6-2T6140540A6427835A6957834A7607276074
6943456G
Sunday 21 October 1956
yards, erecting shops and paint shop
cl 4MT 2-6-0V2 2-6-2A2 4-6-2A4 4-6-2
4307152D6085335A6052650A Sugar Palm6003434A Lord Faringdon
4312451A6094831B6053764B Bachelor's ButtonA3 4-6-2
4312735CB1 4-6-0B17 4-6-06004164B Salmon Trout
4312952B6107035A6162131B Hatfield House6004364B Brown Jack
4313051A6110534D6163831B Melton Hall6007752B The White Knight
4314632G6113634E6165530A Middlesborough6007968E Bayardo
K3 2-6-06119040BBritannia 4-6-26008252A Neil Gow
6180040B6132840B7000232A Geoffrey Chaucer6008450B Trigo
6190540BO2 2-8-07000932A Alfred the Great6008764B Blenheim
6194153A6393335B7003032A William WordsworthA1 4-6-2
6195640B6393835B7004032A Clive of India6011756C Bois Roussel
6197631B6394035BN2 0-6-2TJ52 0-6-0ST6011935B Patrick Stirling
K1 2-6-06394536E6953434C6876136A6013252A Marmion
6203936B6398436A6955634B6881336A W6013935B Sea Eagle
6204251E6398536A6957834A6882234A WBR 4MT 2-6-0BR 4MT 2-6-0
6204551AC12 4-4-2TN1 0-6-2TJ6 0-6-07603634Eunder construction
J50 0-6-0T6736731A6944456C W6418338A76074
6894856B6739235A W6422940F
The following Class 4MT 2-6-0s were built at Doncaster - July to December 1956
7606376064760657606676067760687606976070760717607276073
Shed Codes30A Stratford31A Cambridge31B March31D South Lynn32A Norwich
32D Yarmouth Sth Town32G Melton Constable34A King's Cross34B Hornsey34C Hatfield34D Hitchin
34E Neasden35A New England35B Grantham35C Peterborough Sp Bridge36A Doncaster36B Mexborough
36E Retford37A Ardsley37B Leeds Copley Hill37C Bradford38A Colwick38B Annesley
38C Leicester GC40A Lincoln40B Immingham40C Louth40F Boston50A York
50B Leeds Neville Hill51A Darlington51C West Hartlepool51D Middlesborough51E Stockton51H Kirkby Stephen
52A Gateshead52B Heaton52C Blaydon52D Tweedmouth53A Hull Dairycoates56B Ardsley
56C Leeds Copley Hill56G Bradford61B Aberdeen Ferryhill64B Haymarket65J Fort William68E Carlisle Canal
DW Doncaster Works

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