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55014 'The Duke of Wellington's Regiment' at Kings Cross on 28th Feb 1980. (Andy Hoare)

55014 'The Duke of Wellington's Regiment' at Kings Cross on Feb (Andy Hoare)

The noses of 55020 Nimbus and 55001 St Paddy in the scrapyard at Doncaster Works 26th October 1980. (Keith Long)

The noses of 55020 Nimbus and 55001 St Paddy in the scrapyard at Doncaster Works October (Keith Long)

55005 'The Prince of Wales own Regiment of Yorkshire' leaves platform 1 at Doncaster with the 1A28 Hull - Kings Cross on 13th June 1980. (Andy Hoare)

55005 'The Prince of Wales own Regiment of Yorkshire' leaves platform 1 at Doncaster with the Hull - Kings Cross on June (Andy Hoare)

Class 43 at Dawlish.

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55014 'The Duke of Wellingtons Regiment' at Newcastle having substituted an ailing Class 47for the rest of the journey to Edinburgh on 20th July 1976. (Geoff Dowling)

55014 'The Duke of Wellingtons Regiment' at Newcastle having substituted an ailing Class the rest of the journey to Edinburgh on July (Geoff Dowling)

37714 newly repainted in BR Trainload Freight (Metals) livery.

37714 newly repainted in BR Trainload Freight (Metals) livery.

Deltic entering Kings Coss

Class 55 "Deltic" diesel locomotive No. 55 012 "Crepello" exits Gasworks Tunnel and enters the environs of Kings Cross station with an up Inter City express from Edinburgh.

4498 by phil wright on 500px

Photograph by phil wright 60009 Sir Nigel Gresley seen on the NYMR fresh from a repaint into BR lined blue livery.

North British Locomotive Compay Class21 D6105 early morning at Eastfield c1969. Delivered on 17th March 1959. Withdrawn on 8th June 1968 and cut up at McWilliams of Shettleston .

North British Locomotive Compay early morning at Eastfield Delivered on March Withdrawn on June 1968 and cut up at McWilliams of Shettleston .

55022 (D9000) "ROYAL SCOTS GREY" is seen alongside new-build 56074, later named "KELLINGLEY COLLIERY", The pair are seen in front of the weigh house at Doncaster Works on 17th February 1980

55022 (D9000) "ROYAL SCOTS GREY" is seen alongside new-build 56074, later named "KELLINGLEY COLLIERY", The pair are seen in front of the weigh house at Doncaster Works on 17th February 1980

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