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Fowler diesel shunter at Leyland Motors.6 viewsJohn Fowler 0-4-0 diesel shunter, works number 4210108, built in 1955, is seen in the sidings at the Leyland Motors Farington Factory in April 1982. In the far background can be seen the foundry, just one part of the then vast Leyland Motors empire, that stretched across the town, creating employment for thousands, and carrying the name 'Leyland' on the commercial vehicles produced here, to all parts of the world.
Hunslet 0-6-0 at Booths Scrapyard.8 viewsCoupled to a match truck for moving tube stock around, Hunslet 0-6-0 diesel shunter, 'Laura' was at work in Booths Scrapyard at Rotherham on the 12th February 2011.
Sentinel 10119 at Long Marston.2 viewsEx Wabtec hire loco H014, was at the head of a rake of stored TTA tank wagons at Long Marston on September 12th 2010. The loco was built by Sentinel in 1962, works number 10119.
Hunslet 0-6-0 at Long Marston.4 viewsBuilt by Hunslet of Leeds in 1965, works number 6614, this ex NCB 0-6-0 Diesel Hydraulic was in store at Long Marston on the 12th September 2010.

Ex BR Class 04, D2205 at Teesport.6 viewsSeen on Middlesborough Docks on the 11th July 1982, was Ex BR Class 04 Diesel Shunter D2205 built in 1953. When it was new the loco carried the number 11223. The loco is now preserved on the West Somerset Railway.
Class 10, D3452 at Fowey Docks.3 viewsSixteen Years after being withdrawn from BR service, a rather work weary looking D3452 shunts Clayhood Wagons at Fowey Docks in May 1984. The loco still carried BR livery, emblems & numbers. The China Clay was bound for the ship in the background.
Drewry Shunters at the Bidson Ore Terminal.6 viewsRea Bulk Handling owned a fleet of diesel shunters that worked at the Bidston Ore Terminal and shunted at other locations as required in Birkenhead Docks. On the 11th May 1983, Drewry 0-4-0 -'Dorothy Lightfoot' (Works No.2725/1963), and Drewry 0-6-0 -'Pepel' (Works No.2569/1955) were stabled at the Bidston Ore Terminal. Pepel was a Class 04 lookalike that had been constructed at Vulcan Foundry.
Taylor Bros Yard & Foundry at Sandiacre.2 viewsThe private world of Taylor Bros Yard, Works & Foundry at Sandiacre on August 16th 1981. The complex was adjacent to the entrance to Toton Traction Maintenance Depot, and manufactured point & crossing components. A newly completed point layout can be seen assembled in the yard adjacent to the resident internal Hibberd 4-wheel Planet Diesel Shunter (3884/1958). The Railfreight OCA wagons have been tripped in to the yard for loading.

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GKN 0-6-0 370 Cardiff Steel (Tremorfa).0 viewsWith the barriers down across a public road, GKN 370 a Yorkshire Engine Company 0-6-0 shunter - 'Carlisle' (2755/1959), transfers a load of glowing furnace waste in the Tremorfa Steel Works complex on June 28th 1981. The locomotive started life with the Port of London Authority but as the London Docks contracted the fleet were sold on. The heat from the load in those battered ex BR 16 Tom Mineral Wagons was quite intense!Mar 01, 2015
Barclay Fireless 'Lord Ashfield' at Kearsley Power Station.0 viewsOn the evening of May 13th 1982, redundant CEGB North West Area locomotives were in secure storage at the mothballed Kearsley power station between Bolton & Manchester. 'Lord Ashfield' had come from the closed Fleetwood power station. The fireless locomotive was built by Andrew Barclay of Kilmarnock in 1931, (Works Number 1989) and went new to Brimsdown power station in East London. It was transferred to Fleetwood in 1975. It is now preserved in the SRPS museum at Bo'ness.Oct 11, 2014
Fowler Diesel at Kearsley Power Station.0 viewsA woebegone looking John Fowler 0-4-0 diesel shunter (Works Number JF4210078/1952) was sandwiched between a pair of internal user ex BR Mineral Wagons at the mothballed Kearsley power station on May 13th 1982. The loco was in secure storage along with other CEGB North West area locomotives from power stations that had closed. The wagon on the left appears to be a makeshift overhead line vehicle for the 500v system at Kearsley, not too sure if it would pass todays H&S culture!Oct 11, 2014
Ex BR Class 05s, D2587 & D2595 at Kearsley Power Station.0 viewsWith the structures of the mothballed power station at Kearsley as a backdrop, Ex BR Class 05 diesel shunters that had been CEGB Numbers 1 & 2 from Chadderton power station, were stored with other redundant CEGB North West Area locomotives on the evening of May 13th 1982. The power station opened in 1929 and closed in October 1980, Everything has since been demolished and cleared, and housing now covers the area.Oct 11, 2014

Kearsley Power Station.0 viewsIn the fading light of a Spring evening on May 13th 1982, stored CEGB locomotives were gathered at Kearsley Power Station near Bolton. The power station was mothballed and the 500v system that connected the power station to the Manchester-Bolton line was redundant. Electric loco No.2 that had been one of the exhibits at Rainhill in 1980 was stood with ex BR Class 05s that had come from the power station at nearby Chadderton. The locos were formerly numbered D2587 & D2595.
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Kearsley Power Station No.2 at Rainhill.0 viewsIn a quiet corner of the events field at Rainhill on May 26th 1980, Kearsley Power Station electric loco No.2 had been given a garish livery and was promoting the CEGB. The loco was surrounded by various gems of the then British Motor Industry, a Ford Cortina, a Vauxhall Chevette and an Austin Allegro, which was only two years old at the time, but looks as though it already has a rising tide of black underseal!Oct 11, 2014
A565 Derby Road, Liverpool.0 viewsAt the corner of Derby Road and Bankfield Street in the Liverpool Dockland area, there is a static mounted Diesel Shunter. It carries no identification, but appears to be a Ruston & Hornsby 88DS type. It is a visual reminder that there were once two major railway freight yards adjacent to this location. The LNWR had its Canada Dock Goods Yard, and the L&Y had Bankfield Goods. Both locations were very busy up to the 1960s, and they both had access to the MD&HB system running to the west along Regent Road.Jun 23, 2014
Drewry Shunter 'Pegasus' at Birkenhead Docks.0 viewsOperated by the Rea Bulk Handling Company, 'Pegasus' a 150hp Drewry 0-4-0 built at Vulcan Foundry in 1949, Works number 2270, was stabled close to the junction of Corporation Road and Duke Street at Birkenhead Docks on August 9th 1981. In the left background are the offices of the Blue Funnel Line and just visible on the left is a bogie bolster wagon, all part the scene of the then busy working port - now all history.Apr 06, 2014

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