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At this point Paul’s last slide of the half announced “It was time for tea! BIRMINGHAM NEW STREET: Back to 1955 and a Jubilee with a double chimney in the shape of 45742 ‘Connaught’ had charge of the “Midlander”.1957 and 17B’s 42896 was viewed, as was Coronation Class 46240 ‘City of Coventry’ and a 1961 view of 46125 ‘3 Carabinier’ with a Class 105 DMU in the picture for good measure.After brief foray on the West Coast Line in 1964 with steam this was followed by preserved steam in the U. An industrial interlude dated back to 1972 with the last steam loco built by Hunslet for Java being the subject.
196 ‘Clan Mackenzie’ was handling a goods train whilst in 1963 Burton Jubilee 45557 ‘New Brunswick’ was fairly clean and handling the 08.05 Birmingham service.
For disappearances associated with aircraft, see List of missing aircraft.
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60532 ‘Blue Peter’ and Class 24s were on view at St. LEEDS & BRADFORD: At Holbeck Shed in 1958, single and double chimney Black 5s 4477 were side by side for comparison. Time for a couple of interior round house shots featured five locos round the turn table, (1962) with six locos around the table in a 1963 view inside Holbeck.
46115 ‘Scots Guardsman’, with a yellow stripe, was at Bradford in 1965 and DP2 was also in the same city. As the question suggests, lots of spotters were in view.