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.

Sunday, 5 January 2014

Tyne Dock 1961 - 1967 & Pelton Level

Tyne Dock
Pre Grouping Ownership - North Eastern Railwaypre 1950TDK
type:A brick built triple roundhouse, a 5TS shed and a brick built 4TS shed.1950 - 195854B
location:On the west side of the Pontop and South Shields branch.1958 - 196752H
access:Off Green Lane at the corner of Wenlock Road, Simonside.opened:1862
BR Databasehttp://www.brdatabase.info/sites.php?page=depots&subpage=main&id=569closed:1967
Sunday 9 July 196152Htotal:45
K3 2-6-0J25 0-6-0 (NER)Q7 0-8-0 (NER)Q6 0-8-0 (NER)J94 0-6-0STBR 9F 2-10-0
6188452H6566352B6346052H6335052H6801952H9206052H
J39 0-6-06567052H6346252H6335852H6802952H9206252H
6481252H6569352H6346352H6342552H6803152H9206452H
6485152H6569552H6346452H0-6-0 diesels6803652H9206552H
6492152HO1 2-8-0 (GNR)6346852HD2147D23286803852H9206652H
J72 0-6-0T (NER)6371252H6347052HD2162D34556805952H9209752H
6870452H6375552H6347152HD23149209952H
6874352H6376052H6347252H
6874752H6347352H
6347452HShed Codes52B Heaton52H Tyne Dock
Sunday 26 August 196252Htotal:58
V2 2-6-2Q7 0-8-0 (NER)J94 0-6-0STBR 9F 2-10-0
6080752B S6081252B S6346052H6346952H6801652H S9206052H
6083552B The Green Howard…. S6346152H6347052H6801952H9206252H
6092352A S6094252A S6346252H6347152H6803852H9206352H
6095252A S6097964A S6346352H6347252H6804852H9206452H
6096452A Durham Light Infantry S6346452H6347352HJ72 0-6-0T (NER)9206552H
B1 4-6-06346552H6347452H6870452H W9209952H
6101452H Oribi6346652HQ6 0-8-0 (NER)0-6-0 diesels9216752H
6102252H Sassaby6346752H6335852HD2061D2314WD 2-8-0
6123852H Lesile Runciman6346852H6337752HD2147D23159001651A
O1 2-8-0 (GNR)J39 0-6-0O4 2-8-0 (GCR)6338452CD2149D33249005751A
6375552H6484252B S6385652H6342552HD23129007451L
6376052H6493952B WS - storedW - withdrawn
6387452HShed Codes51A Darlington51L Thornaby52A Gateshead
52B Heaton52C Blaydon52H Tyne Dock64A St. Margarets
Sunday 11 August 196352Htotal:47
B1 4-6-0Q6 0-8-0 (NER)WD 2-8-0BR 9F 2-10-0
6101452H Oribi6335852H6338952H9001652H9206152H
6119952H6336052H6339052H W9005752H9206352H
6123752H Geoffrey H. Kitson6336352H6339352H9007452H9206452H
6123852H Lesile Runciman6336652H6339952H9008652H9206552H
J94 0-6-0ST0-6-0 diesels6337152H6340952H9043452H9206652H
6801952HD2045D23356337752H6341152H9045952H9209752H
6802952HD2050D36746337852H6343152H9050052H9209852H
6803852HD2310D36786338452C6345352HJ72 0-6-0T (NER)9209952H
6805452HD23116870452H W
Shed Codes52C Blaydon52H Tyne Dock
Sunday 16 August 196452Htotal:23
Q6 0-8-0 (NER)WD 2-8-0BR 9F 2-10-00-6-0 diesels
6336052H6338952H9030951A9206052H9206652HD2104D3073
6336352H6339852H9043452H9206152H9209752HD2165D3242
6336652H6340952H9045952H9206252H9209952HD2312D3244
6337152H6341152HJ72 0-6-0T (NER)9206352HD2327
6337752H6343152H6870452H W9206452H
6337852H6345352H6902552A W
6338452H
Shed Codes51A Darlington52A Gateshead52H Tyne Dock
1965 allocation (25)
B1 4-6-0LNER1WD 2-8-0WD2BR 9F 2-10-0BR10
Q6 0-8-0NER12
Saturday 4 September 196552H10.10 - 10.25total:23
Q6 0-8-0 (NER)J27 0-6-0 (NER)BR 9F 2-10-00-6-0 diesels
6336052H6338452H6579552F S6581352F9206052HD2105D2315
6336352H6338952H6580952F6583852F9209752HD2310
6336652H6340952H6581052F W6587452F S9209852H
6337152H6343152H6581252F9209952H
6337752HShed Codes52F Blyth N&S52H Tyne Dock
Saturday 22 October 196652Htotal:30
Q6 0-8-0 (NER)BR 9F 2-10-00-6-0 diesels
6334452H6342652H9206152H WD2045D2162D2313D3243
6336352H W6342952H9206352HD2048D2164D2325D3673
6337752H6345352H W9209952H WD2057D2148D2326
6338152H6345552HBR T2 dieselD2105D2166D2339
6340952H W6345952HD5179D5182
6341352H
Wednesday 28 June 196752Htotal:31
K1 2-6-0Q6 0-8-0 (NER)WD 2-8-00-6-0 dieselsBR T2 diesels
6200552H6334452H6342952H9020052GD2047D3322D5103D5166
6200752H6336652H W6343152H9036152G WD2050D3943D5105D5167
6202352H6338752H6345552H W9037052G WD2329D5109D5182
6202552H W6342652H WJ27 0-6-0 (NER)9038252GD5111
6205052H6579552G
6206052H6586052GShed Codes52G Sunderland52H Tyne Dock
Tyne Dock shed closed on 9th September 1967

Pelton Level
Pre Grouping Ownership - North Eastern Railwaypre 1950PEL
Location:In the fork of the Pontop and south shields mineral lines and a branch line to Craghead.opened:1894
type:A brick built 1TS dead ended shed.closed:1951
Pelton Level shed and yard were responsible for the coal distribution from Craghead, Handen Hold, Twizell, 
and Beamish Collieries.  A subshed of Tyne Dock
Saturday 29 July 1939Sunday 28 March 1948Monday 11 April 1955
N9 0-6-2T (NER)N9 0-6-2T (NER)N9 0-6-2T (NER)
1648PEL1652PEL9424PEL6942454B
Sunday 7 August 1955Saturday 9 April 1960
N10 0-6-2T (NER)J94 0-6-0ST
6909354B6803852H
Video of the line from Tyne Dock to ConsettThe Tyne Dock to Consett iron ore workings.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UbPwXfyBzWwhttp://www.derbysulzers.com/24102.html
Site of Pelton Level
http://www.railuk.info/steam/getshed.php?id=318

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